Good Things Foundation has a lot to share on all things digital inclusion, technology for social good and community learning.
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.
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
19,000 people helped in just one week
Were you one of them during Get Online Week 2022? Read about our digital inclusion campaign's impact.
Digital mentoring tips for organisations working with low income families
QUT and Good Things Foundation Australia share our five top tips for digital mentors and community organisations supporting low income families to get online.
How we’re focusing on cost of living this Get Online Week
… and why it’s important for closing the digital divide. Jess Wilson, CEO of Good Things Foundation Australia explains.
Media release: Helping Aussies Get Online this October
Good Things Foundation Australia and Telstra announce new partnership for Get Online Week 2022.
Get Online Week 2021 Report
Measuring the impact of Get Online Week 2021 across Australia.
Future of Work for NFPs
On 21 October 2021, we hosted a special webinar with PwC Australia to talk about the future of work for not-for-profits.
Get online. Get your finances in line.
Guest article contributed by Belinda Louis, Director - Outsourced Finance at PwC Australia with Good Things Foundation Australia for Get Online Week 2021.
Nurturing net know-how gets more people safely online
Julie Inman Grant, Australia's eSafety Commissioner, writes on the importance of digital skills when it comes to staying safe online.
The Barriers to Getting Online: Young People and Digital Poverty
As COVID-19 lockdowns and social distancing restrictions continue to apply, it’s more important than ever for young people to be able to get online, writes Helen Connolly, South Australia’s Commissioner for Children and Young People.
Media release: Get Online Week 2021
Get Online Week is addressing isolation amongst digitally excluded Australians this 18-24 October.