SustainIt.org and BT have announced that the 2003 eWell-Being Awards, which recognise organisations that use Internet and communications technology to deliver environmental and social benefits, will be launched in January 2003.
Now in their second year, the Awards aim to encourage uptake of the technologies and future initiatives by providing best practice case studies, and to promote emerging technologies, such as broadband and wireless, and the potential they have in addressing social and environmental issues.
There are five categories for 2003. Four are theme-focused, with an emphasis on the application of established technologies such as Web sites in the UK, covering digital inclusion, mobility, eGovernment, and eHealth. There is also one technology focused award for wireless activity.
Any group that can demonstrate that they can make a positive difference to environmental or social well-being through the use of ICT may apply. All projects must have been running for at least one year and must have clearly identifiable results.
Get free email updates
Keep up to date with fundraising news, ideas and inspiration with a weekly or daily email. [Privacy]