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

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Digital Springboard, a new program from Infoxchange and Google.org, has launched in Perth to help Australians gain new digital skills, further their career and prepare for the future.

We’re proud to announce that Infoxchange is now a 100 percent carbon neutral organisation. Here's how we did it.

Ask Izzy's dedicated team of updaters play a crucial role in ensuring that people facing crisis can access essential support services such as shelter, food, clothing and health care.

A new joint initiative from Infoxchange and Google.org will help Australians access free digital skills training to help them find work or further their career and bridge the digital divide.

On any given night in Australia, almost 28,000 young people are homeless. Help us break the cycle of youth homelessness by supporting Ask Izzy. 

There have now been more than 1 million searches for help on Ask Izzy since it was launched in early 2016 – but we're not celebrating.

With 91 percent of households connecting to the internet through computers, laptops and mobile devices, seeking help for sensitive issues online is becoming more and more common. 

As part of our Ask Izzy Help at Hand project, we recently conducted a series of co-design research workshops and interviews with organisations delivering family violence services, as well as survivors of family violence.

Budgets are tight and resources are low, but we’re still always striving to make the biggest impact we can with what’s available to us. Technology can play a crucial part in delivering that impact.

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