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The Australian Government is funding enhancements to Ask Izzy to help Aussies doing it tough during COVID-19.

We're making important updates to Ask Izzy to connect people affected by bushfires with essential services.

Information for people affected by the current bushfires across Australia.

 A new collaboration between Infoxchange, Australian Red Cross and CUA aims to improve the digital and financial capability of vulnerable people across Australia.

We've just released our “Digital Technology in the Not-for-Profit Sector” report for 2019, providing a comprehensive look at not-for-profit technology use across Australia and New Zealand.

People experiencing domestic and family violence can now get the help they need more safely and easily using Ask Izzy, thanks to the NAB Foundation.

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.

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