IBTimes UK visited Google's London headquarters this week to talk to the four winners of the Global Impact Awards, which which charge UK non-profit organisations with coming up with ways to use technology to change the world.

The judging panel featured technology royalty in the form of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who was joined by Virgin-founder Sir Richard Branson, PR guru Jilly Forster and Google's Dan Cobley and Jacquelline Fuller.

The panel chose three of the winners - Integrity Action, CDI Apps for Good and SolarAid - while the final winner - the Zoological Society of London - were chosen by a public vote, following the announcement of the ten finalists last months

Read the full report here (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/475961/20130607/four-uk-charities-benefit-2m-google-award.htm)

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