About Ask Izzy
Ask Izzy helps you find support, now and nearby
Ask Izzy is a website that connects people in need with housing, a meal, money help, family violence support, counselling and much more.
It is free and anonymous, with thousands of services listed across Australia.
And if you’re on the Telstra or Vodafone mobile networks, you can access Ask Izzy on your phone even if you don’t have credit or access to wifi.
Service providers use Ask Izzy too
Ask Izzy is used by service providers, government agencies and corporate hardship teams across Australia to help clients find support.
Ask Izzy takes the hard work out of finding relevant, up-to-date and local support services for your clients, so you don’t get bogged down in admin or referral dead ends.
“If only there was a website for all this..”
Ask Izzy – it’s for the busy!
There can be so many hurdles to finding the right local support services for your clients – out of date info, technology that’s hard to use, maybe even paper based records!
With Ask Izzy, you can find thousands of support services across Australia right at your fingertips. Visit askizzy.org.au to start your search.
Who’s behind Ask Izzy?
The Ask Izzy team at Infoxchange
Ask Izzy is powered by Infoxchange, a not-for-profit social enterprise that has been delivering technology for social justice for over 30 years.
Ask Izzy is supported by a team of product managers, designers and developers based at Infoxchange. We also have a team of 15+ database updaters working behind the scenes to ensure that the service listings on Ask Izzy are kept up-to-date and are continually being added to.
Find out more about Infoxchange and the products and services we offer not-for-profit organisations – from client and case management systems to IT support, training, and technology donations and discounts. Visit www.infoxchange.org/products-and-services.
Product Advisory Group
Community collaboration is essential to Ask Izzy’s ongoing improvement and ability to connect people in need with essential services.
This is why we established our first Product Advisory Group (PAG) in 2020. PAG members contribute their skills and experience to ensure Ask Izzy is the best it can be for people in need. Members represent the wider community and bring diverse backgrounds, knowledge, and experience to the group.
Partners and supporters
Ask Izzy was co-designed with people who have a lived experience of homelessness and leaders in the community sector. Strong collaboration between the community, corporate, government and academic sectors has been key to the success of Ask Izzy.
See a list of our current partners and supporters below.
Partners and supporters
Our work at Ask Izzy wouldn’t be possible without the people and organisations who support us.