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Infoxchange receives $500 000 in funding from the NAB Foundation to help tackle family and domestic violence with Ask Izzy.

Ask Izzy, the mobile website that connects people who are homeless with essential support services, is being expanded to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders’ access to health and wellbeing services.

It is hard to believe that just 12 months ago, we gathered with our friends from across the community, government and corporate sectors to launch Ask Izzy. Let's take a look back at the last year.

iSelect, an Australian insurance, utilities and personal finance company, has donated $15 000 to provide 1000 Ask Izzy mobile charge cards to people who are homeless.

Infoxchange is excited to announce a partnership with J.P. Morgan to expand Youth IT Careers. Through their global workforce readiness programs, J.P. Morgan will help Infoxchange support young people in developing their careers.

Telstra is now providing free access to Ask Izzy, the mobile website that connects people who are homeless or at risk to over 350 000 services nation-wide.

A new open data platform was announced today that will help track service demand from people who are homeless or at risk, using data from Ask Izzy.

Trainees, businesses and youth workers came together to celebrate Youth IT Careers today, a program that supports young people facing disadvantage to build their IT careers.

A new program that will help close the digital skills gap for 20 000 people living in public and social housing was launched today by not-for-profit Infoxchange and Google.

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