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Read the latest stories about how we’re using technology for good.

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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.

We're thrilled to announce we’ve received funding to develop a voice-activated assistant for Ask Izzy, thanks to the Telstra Foundation.

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.

After leaving a violent relationship, Vicky Vacondoios spent years navigating the service system. Struggling to find a home for herself and her three children, she says she had no idea how to get help.

The Ask Izzy Open Data Platform provides insights about the supply and demand of services across Australia such as housing, food, health and more.

South Australia will play host to a series of free digital learning events over the coming weeks that aim to address the state’s digital divide – which is now the worst in Australia.

We brought Digital Springboard courses to Gippsland's Binary Shift, one of Australia’s top conferences focused specifically on regional innovation, technology and startups.

We’ve put together some examples below to demonstrate the sort of data you can gather from the Ask Izzy Open Data Platform, to hopefully inspire you to start digging around yourself.

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.

It can be difficult and sometimes daunting to see people struggling with homelessness. If you want to help but don't know where to start, we've provided some advice on some positive steps you can take.

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