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iT4C Announces IT Volunteer Awards 2007 Winners

Howard Lake | 11 December 2007 | News

iT4Communities (iT4C) has announced the winners of its 2007 IT Volunteering Awards 2007. The awards aim to recognise and celebrate the best and most innovative examples of IT volunteering and projects.
The winners were as follows;
• Best Volunteer; Winner: Gary Axford, The Riverside Centre. Finaalists: David Rodgers, National Phobics Society; John Stewart, Children 1st
• Best Impact; Winner: Tamsin Crothers, 1Voice. Finalists: Steph Grey, Greater London Volunteering; Paul Campbell, Dawns New Horizon.
• Best Innovation; Winner: Paul Campbell, Sevenoaks Area Mind. Fiinalists: Steven Bowers and Sally Grey, Berkshire County Blind Society; Pip Jones, Community Base
• Best Accessibility; Winner: Leon Gilbert, Accessible Friends Neetwork. Finalists: Robin Decadt, Coventry Society for the Blind; Geoffrey Walker, Leonard Cheshire Disability.
Gary Axford, the Best IT volunteer winner, was selected for his work designing and delivering IT courses both in the Riverside Centre and on an IT outreach bus. Axford has designed a number of courses for people with learning difficulties and physical disabilities. As a wheelchair user himself, he has helped more that 500 people to access learning opportunities in the last 12 months.
www.it4communities.org.uk/it4c/home/Awards2007/awards.jsp

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