The platform - created to help inspire people to take small actions that make a difference to people and planet - was shortlisted in the 'Tech for Good' category which recognises businesses that are developing technology, products or services that have a positive and sustainable impact on people and communities.
After more than 12 months in the making, the team were delighted to be recognised for their hard work and innovation for Good&Kind. Speaking after the event, CEO Kelly Hunstone said: "Good&Kind was created because we believe that small actions can make a difference to people and communities and after years of research and campaign work focused on mental health and wellbeing, we have discovered that the secret to happiness is kindness. We were delighted to be recognised at the tech awards last night and proud to put Good&Kind in front of over 300 attendees. I hope they can see the value in this platform and encourage their friends, family and colleagues to sign up".
The Social Change UK research team spent almost 12 months researching and building Good&Kind - a platform which now hosts over 120 acts of kindness. Every act has been carefully researched - including the impact kind acts can have on people and communities and how much our efforts save society. The platform is also fun. Users can compete with their friends and they can also collect badges.