Your submission should speak to each of the questions/ statements below:
1. Describe what is important to you about how you work with community.
We believe that community and people with lived experience know best. We want to know what informs how you work with community.
2. Share your idea with us.
We want to know what idea, question, challenge, opportunity has you excited. We don’t expect you to have it all worked out yet, but give us a broad understanding.
3. What inspired your idea?
We are looking to understand “why this idea?” – what did you see, hear, read, discuss that made you think of your idea and the difference it could make?
4. How might you explore and test your idea?
We are looking to understand how you might explore your concept and it’s alignment with the intention of Spark. There is no need for a timeline or even a budget and we recognise that your approach might change or evolve over time.
5. What support or resources other than funding would help you do this?
We are looking to partner with you and want to know how else we can support you to explore this idea.
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