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

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If you’re wondering how your not-for-profit compares when it comes to using technology, the 2018 Global NGO Technology Report will show you how you stack up against the rest of the country – and the world.

A major survey released today shows more than half of respondents in the disability sector report that their IT systems don’t work well for their staff and management. 

For Arthur Tomaras at Ingen IT, giving back to the community is an important part of his personal philosophy, and it’s important to Ingen IT as well. That's why they decided to help a young person kick start their career.

When the opportunity came up to give young people in the community a kick start in their IT career through the Youth IT Careers Program, Evolve IT embraced it.

When Alicia Wheatley, Senior Adviser Aboriginal Engagement and Outcomes at DHHS, noticed a woman looking distressed and helpless at a community food bank, she was compelled to extend a helping hand. 

Poised between a job he needed and an opportunity that would kick start his career in the IT industry, Youth IT Careers graduate Nick Aldridge’s future was transformed, in some way, by the job he didn’t get.

When CEO of Powernet IT Solutions, Dan Williams, heard about Youth IT Careers, he was immediately motivated by the idea of supporting a young person to get started in the workforce.

We ask that you join us in supporting families across Australia who are struggling to find shelter or put food on the table. 

What makes a good community? Is it a cohesive, safe and prosperous place to live? Free of poverty and crime? Does it provide a good quality of life for everyone who lives there? 

Finding nearby support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, who make up almost a quarter of those supported by Australia's homeless services, is often a struggle.

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