iSchoolAfrica provides iPad labs in schools for disadvantaged communities, as well as support for:
Yes4Youth aims to close the current skills gap in youth with disabilities. Through Iress’ partnership, four students have been sponsored to complete an NQF 5 level national certificate in Information Technology: Systems Support or Systems Development.
Talent Beyond Boundaries (TBB) is a global not-for-profit that works with governments and businesses to give refugees and other displaced people access to skilled employment opportunities.
Iress has partnered with TBB since 2017 and since then, Iress has hired and relocated six skilled refugees and their families to Australia and the UK through the TBB program, as well as provided financial support for TBB to enable people in more locations to access skilled migration pathways.
In 2022 Iress expanded its partnership with TBB to provide more reliable and meaningful support to their work and efforts. The expanded partnership includes a fixed financial agreement of $750,000 over five years, in addition to pro-bono technical volunteering and communications and marketing support to further promote the benefits of TBB’s skilled migration program in Australia and around the world.
Iress' 2021 global hackathon saw 177 ideas generated across 87 teams, one of the winning ideas was 'Accessible Advice'—a social impact initiative born from a global team of 18 Iress people.
The Accessible Advice pilot launched in Australia during early 2022 in partnership with advisers and charities through Iress Impact (formerly Iress Foundation).