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Registrations are now open for the Connecting Up Conference 2022, which will be held from 11-13 May 2022 at the world-class Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The way Australian not-for-profits and charities work and utilise technology has dramatically changed over the last two years due to COVID-19. It’s now more important than ever for the sector to have efficient and reliable technology in place to continue supporting communities and make the biggest impact possible.

Driven by the needs of the sector, the Connecting Up Conference empowers not-for-profits and charities to get the most out of technology and transform their organisation from the ground up.

Learn from inspiring international and local speakers, engage and connect with delegates from across the sector and walk away with innovative solutions to tackle technology challenges. 

Register now

Recognise the very best in technology innovation and excellence across the sector at the Australian Not-for-Profit Technology Awards, held at the Pan Pacific Melbourne on Thursday 12 May as part of the Connecting Up Conference.

The awards cover eight categories, including Technology Volunteer of the Year and Not-for-Profit Technology Innovator of the Year.

Nominate now

For more information please email us. 

Ask Izzy has seen a surge in food assistance searches in the lead up to Christmas.

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) has prevented phishing related breaches for participating not-for-profits, despite data from the ACSC indicating the number of attempts is increasing.

Tim Kallady is the Founder and CEO of Piccard.ai, and one of the Code for Australia Fellows helping us to expand what Ask Izzy offers. In this blog, Tim explains some of the challenges and opportunities the group has identified.

In our final Product Advisory Group member profile, we’re excited to introduce you to Student Welfare Officer Dan Shaw.

The Infoxchange Group is pleased to release the results of their 2021 Digital Technology in the Not-for-Profit Sector report, which provides a comprehensive look at not-for-profit technology across Australia and New Zealand. 

Thriving Communities Partnership (TCP) alongside Funding Partners, Co-design and Participating Partners across the Essential Services Ecosystem are proud to announce the launch of the One Stop One Story (OSOS) Hub Pilot.

"Connecting communities: Improving Digital Inclusion in Disaster-Prone Communities" is a new report that explores how to improve digital inclusion in disaster-prone communities.

In this post we’re excited to introduce you to PAG member and mental health advocate Elvis Martin.

We’re proud to report that the Infoxchange Dry July team raised over $2,500 to support our longtime partner Ovarian Cancer Australia!

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