Good Things Foundation has a lot to share on all things digital inclusion, technology for social good and community learning.
Annual Report 2022-2023
Good Things Foundation Australia's Annual Report for the 2022-23 financial year
Be Connected funding extension comes as welcome news
Good Things Foundation Australia welcomes today’s announcement that hundreds of thousands more Australians will benefit from the online world, thanks to the extension of the successful Be Connected digital skills program.
Bridging the digital divide for people with low vision
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Guide Dogs NSW/ACT to create a new digital skills program for people who have low vision and make Get Online Week (16 - 22 October) even more accessible for all.
Media release: New research shows digital skills are a ‘must’ not a ‘nice to have’
National digital inclusion charity Good Things Foundation has released new research revealing that many Australians are feeling overwhelmed due to constant changes in technology and the increasing costs associated with getting online.
Report: Australian attitudes to getting online
Our new consumer research report showing attitudes towards getting online in Australia.
Get Online Week 2023 will change lives. Here’s why
"We’ve seen, first-hand, how the kind of events that are held during Get Online Week can turn people’s lives around." CEO of Good Things Foundation, Jessica Wilson.
Media release: 20 inspiring organisations will be part of our new Digital Sisters program
Twenty organisations around the country have started working on an Australian-first program to empower 800 migrant and refugee women to overcome digital exclusion.
Introducing our Get Online Week 2023 Principal Partner, Telstra
We are thrilled to announce that Telstra is our Principal Supporting Partner for Get Online Week 2023
Evidence for action: why research is so powerful
"Research is vital because it can help us to ‘see’ and better understand the current state of play, so we can create informed actions that improve the work we do." CEO of Good Things Foundation, Jessica Wilson.
Opinion: How a $20,000 grant could change a ‘digital sister’s’ life
"If you want to be part of Australian society today, you have to be digitally included. It’s not a choice, it’s a modern day requirement." CEO of Good Things Foundation, Jessica Wilson.
Media release: New nationwide program launched
New nationwide program launched to empower 800 migrant and refugee women to overcome digital exclusion.
Media release: Support for Refugee Week
Good Things Foundation Australia calls for elderly refugees to ‘find freedom’ through greater digital inclusion this Refugee Week.