Fundraising Award Winner 2011
The Technology4Good Awards were established to celebrate the work of charities, businesses and individuals across the UK who use digital technologies to help change communities for the better. We were exceptionally proud to receive to win the ‘Fundraising’ award.
UK IT Industry Awards
Best Not for Profit IT Project 2012
Pennies was presented with the award for ‘best not-for-profit IT project’ in the ‘Project Excellent’ category. Judges were impressed by our partnership with The Entertainer and their (then) payment technology providers Itim and YESpay International, which raised £150K in just one year for the retailer’s chosen charities.
Google Global Impact Challenge
In 2013 Google UK launched the Global Impact Challenge, inviting UK registered charities to tell them how they would change the world using technology. Pennies was selected as one of the ten finalists put in front of the judging panel including Sir Richard Branson, Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Jilly Forster, as well as Google’s Matt Brittin and Jacquelline Fuller.
The Charity Awards
Grant Making and Funding category Highly Commended 2013
Pennies was proud to be shortlisted from hundreds of entries in the ‘Grantmaking and funding’ category alongside just two other charities at one of the sector’s most prestigious awards, The Charity Awards. Pennies was selected by an independent panel of sector leaders as having demonstrated outstanding best practice from which other organisations can learn.
Nominet Internet Awards
Doing good online Runner up 2013
Pennies was proud to have been shortlisted in the ‘Doing good online’ category at the Nominet Awards; celebrating the myriad of ways the internet being used as a force for good. Organisations shortlisted in this category were recognised for their work promoting charity fundraising online, using the internet to support or help others, raising awareness of causes online or running online campaigns.
Britain’s Most Admired Charities Awards
Most Innovative Charity Finalist 2011
We were thrilled to have been chosen as one of six charities to be nominated for the Most Innovative Charity category by Third Sector Magazine for its Britain’s Most Admired Charities 2011 awards. All nominees have been chosen by Third Sector and a panel of expert advisers.