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Infoxchange and Connecting Up are joining forces to create Australia and New Zealand’s leading not-for-profit dedicated to using technology to improve the lives of people experiencing disadvantage.

This Christmas, you can help people escaping family violence navigate their first steps to safety by donating an Ask Izzy power card for just $15.

Infoxchange will deliver a new program in Geelong and Wangaratta to help at-risk youth and youth experiencing disadvantage gain the digital skills they need for the jobs of the future.

For the first time in Australia, service providers and policymakers are able to see where people most need help – thanks to the Ask Izzy Open Data Platform.

Digital Springboard, a new program from Infoxchange and Google.org, has launched in Perth to help Australians gain new digital skills, further their career and prepare for the future.

A new joint initiative from Infoxchange and Google.org will help Australians access free digital skills training to help them find work or further their career and bridge the digital divide.

On any given night in Australia, almost 28,000 young people are homeless. Help us break the cycle of youth homelessness by supporting Ask Izzy. 

There have now been more than 1 million searches for help on Ask Izzy since it was launched in early 2016 – but we're not celebrating.

In the last 12 months, food has overtaken housing as Ask Izzy's most in-demand category, with more than 3.5 times the number of people searching for food services than this time last year.

Microsoft has announced a range of exciting developments for the not-for-profit sector, including changes to their licensing model for not-for-profits and charities - find out what this means for your organisation.

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