Sparking Change works with organisations to reflect on their story,
and to understand the diverse stories of their communities.
Sparking Change works with communities to discover, explore and share their diverse stories.
Sparking Change works with organisations to design and implement projects that engage authentically with their communities.
Sparking Change works with communities to build strategic storytelling skills and the confidence to assert their stories.

Sparking Change is a community-centred social justice organisation enabling authentic connections to develop between communities and organisations to support progressive projects and processes. Our StoryWork methodology includes biomyth story creation, strategic deployment of story in change processes, and community storytelling suitable for research, engagement and evaluation project cycle phases. We’d love to work with you!

For Organisations

Is your organisation or project ready to make an authentic connection with its community? Too many organisations lose touch with their changing communities, and too many projects under-achieve because the true community connection was never there. Don’t let that be you … talk to Sparking Change today!

For Communities

Sparking Change enables communities to discover and share their diverse stories, and to develop skills, confidence and opportunities to assert their stories in engagements with organisations and processes. We offer community-focused workshops and other services.

What's StoryWork

Sparking Change uses various story-based methods that collectively we call StoryWork. Biomyth is a our core method for discovering and developing stories, along with bespoke workshops developed by Sparking Change that use methods such as narrative power analysis. Curious? Read more here …

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Australia Map With Aboriginal Flag

Sparks HQ – where we created this website – is on the land of the Eora people. We pay our respects to the elders past present and future of the the Cadigal, the Wanegal, and the Cammeraygal peoples. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.