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Infoxchange is saddened to announce the sudden passing of Board member David Jonas on 20 March 2023, following a short battle with cancer.

David was a dedicated member of Infoxchange’s Board of Directors for 10 years and had a palpable impact on the strategic direction and growth of the organisation into a thriving national social enterprise.

He was a passionate advocate for social justice and had the ability to see a better future through the innovative use of technology.

Infoxchange CEO David Spriggs says “David was an amazing human being who gave so much for others in a true spirit of service.  He had an enormous intellect matched with a big heart and a wicked sense of humour.  We will deeply miss his generosity of spirit which he shared with family, friends and colleagues alike.”

David was a ground-breaking tech-sector professional services founder and thereafter a serial tech start-up addict who could convey exciting and bold ideas in ways that inspired others to listen and take action.

He could constantly surprise and delight through his capacity to think outside the box, to challenge norms in business and information systems, and to seek ways of improving digital infrastructure for a better future.

Infoxchange has been incredibly fortunate to have had David as a volunteer Board member, adviser, trusted colleague and friend for the past 10 years.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to his partner Des, family and friends at this most challenging time.


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Marketing and social media guru and business strategist Alecia Hancock is looking forward to sharing her skills with delegates at the 2023 Connecting Up Conference.

Infoxchange would like to congratulate and introduce our newest Board Observer, Bianca Oana Asanache.

The number of Australians looking for food in February grew significantly, with 81,550 searches for food recorded by not-for-profit Infoxchange across the country.

Infoxchange has announced a raft of progressive new policies to attract and retain women and parents at the organisation

Commissioner Woodward will join Australian eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant and many others at the annual Connecting Up Conference from May 10-12.

Infoxchange's January data shows record high searches for Lifeline.

Not-for-profit 'This Life' Calls on Nominations for 2023 NFP Tech Awards

- Third-highest monthly number of searches on record

- Over 123,000 Hardship searches

- 22,000 searches for food

Australia’s eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant has been announced as the latest speaker at Australia’s leading not-for-profit (NFP) technology conference, sharing the Commission’s latest research and advice on online safety.

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