The Lived it Awards are UnLtd’s first ever dedicated recognition Awards for young Social Entrepreneurs. We are delighted to announce the Winners for our inaugural Lived It Awards recognising and showcasing the very best of young social entrepreneurs, their projects and supporters.
The Lived it Awards ceremony took place on Friday 16th May 2014 at Google Campus in London.
Proven impact/change which is evidenced by an individual or group or young social entrepreneurs.
Curly Hair Project - Alis Rowe (Public vote)
Beyond the Classroom – Amma Mensah (Judges Choice)
Showoff Dance – Liam Abram (Public vote finalists / Judges Choice finalists)
Speygirlz – Karra Laing (Public vote finalists)
Radford Community Day – Courtney Baker & group (Judges Choice finalists)
A social enterprise which demonstrates a strong business model aligning to its social values and outcomes.
Sports Alive – Ryan Manville (Public vote)
Tutors United – Joel Davis (Judges Choice)
Cattleya CIC (Public vote finalists /Judges Choice finalists)
Paradise Cycles – James Johnson (Public vote finalists /Judges Choice finalists)
An outstanding example of an innovative approach/solution to the social issue being addressed by the individual/group.
Fourth Wall – Daniel Bridgewater (Public vote)
STEMettes – Ann Marie Imafidon (Judges Choice)
Wordwides – Michael Ni’man & Tom Sampson (Public vote finalists /Judges Choice finalists)
Showcasing an organisation who provides key support to the sector.
Creative Youth Network – (Public vote)
MakeSense – (Judges Choice)
Oxford Brookes Social Entrepreneurs Award Programme – (Judges Choice)
National Apprentice Challenge (NAC) – (Public vote finalists /Judges Choice finalists)
YOUNG SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR AWARD
Recognises a young social entrepreneur who can demonstrate their commitment and passion for the sector.
Emily Yates – Accessible Guide to the Commonwealth Games (Public vote)
Luke Rodgers – Foster Focus (Judges Choice)
Tom Davis – Cowbridge Radio (Public vote finalists)
Honor Evans – Once Loved Shoes (Judges Choice finalists)
Kallum Russell - Acorn Enterprise Initiative (Judges Choice finalists)
The entries for our 2014 Lived It Awards were judged on votes via a public website and by a panel of experienced judges drawn from across the social enterprise and private sector. Our expert judging panel features:
Blake Mycoskie, Founder of TOMS
Tracey Herald, Head of Community, O2
Rajeeb Dey, CEO, Enternships
Dom Potter, CEO, Hub Launchpad
Sherallee Morris, Senior Community Relations Manager, Santander UK
Richard Tyrie, Founder of Good People & UnLtd Trustee
Peter Argall, UK Grant Manager, Comic Relief
Kate Braithwaite, Operations Director, UnLtd
Levi Roots, Founder, Reggae Reggae Sauce
The Lived It Awards are part of the first ever Living It campaign led by UnLtd and partners with the aim to celebrate, showcase and promote young social entrepreneurs and their supporters. The campaign consists of national and regional events and the Lived it awards. All culminating in a big two day Living it festival on the 16th and 17th May at Google Campus, London.