Monthly Archives: July 2013

Moving forward…. Aware becomes Creative Spark

 

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Igniting creativity; sparking sustainable futures

Working under the banner Aware has enabled our organisation to grow and create new projects in Cambodia, Kenya, Honduras and in Australia and to foster creative community development outcomes.

Over the past five years, as Aware, we have strengthened our strategy, mission and volunteer program whilst highlighting the multitude of issues confronting women and children world wide.

Working as Aware we feel that we have raised awareness of the issues facing women in rural Cambodia, the complexity upon arrival confronting newly settled refugee children in Melbourne alongside the issues facing street children in Kenya. Our awareness raising has been represented through our work on the ground alongside our community engagement which includes our fundraising and social media activities and the development of our online community.

We are now moving into a new phase in our history and with the launch of our new brand/logo/name, Creative Spark, we are putting the emphasis of our name on our work rather than focusing on bringing awareness to the underlying issues our work addresses.

Creative Spark reflects what drives us as an organisation. Creative Spark essentially represents what we do on a daily basis, that is, design, implement and evaluate creative projects which provide a foundation for women and children to realise their potential and work toward their own sustainable and creative livelihoods.

We play an active role in providing the spark that ignites their inner potential enabling them to realise their futures, hopes and aspirations in an increasingly challenging world.

The development of our image into Creative Spark would not have been possible without the time, enthusiasm talent and dedicated of the design team at Indietech, a Melbourne based web design consultancy. Special mention also goes out to Juan Gonzalez Telmo, Michi Ohira, Kezia Meskanen, Gabriel Guarino, and Flor Antara putting together our new website, logo and bi-line. Thanks to your work our brand really does now represent what we do.

We ask you to embrace our organisation as you always have and to join us on this new journey into creating sustainable futures for women and children worldwide and in achieving community development outcomes by using our creative community development model.

So sit back, browse our new interactive website, which houses our new blog,  engage with us on Twitter and facebook, to keep up to date with our news, events, and volunteer opportunities, and realise the ability of creative programs to inspire change and provide sustainable futures for women and children in communities worldwide.

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