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Working together to create positive change

Our Life’s Work

We are working towards systems and services that can provide low cost services to the groups on the ground who are creating massive change with a fraction of the resources that the big organisations enjoy.

Tech and support is the most important component in creating positive change, as outlined in the Philanthropy: Towards a Better Practice Model report.

Social Enterprise

We have been running as a social enterprise since 2000, using profits from our commercial work to fund our pro bono and grassroots activist work.

By using our commercial services, you are directly funding our probono grassroots work, as well as our training programs.

See our pro bono work here

Multidisplinary campaign experience


Positive solutions

Worked with many solutions focused groups building websites, developing digital strategy and helping with tech platforms.

Political Systems

Worked with various left political parties and campaigns to help grow audience and voter reach.


Worked with many grassroots groups and campaigns on various roles, ranging from events logistics and community organising, to on the ground support.


We provide a range of digital technology for grassroots and non-profits, including free hosting and support services for over 30 grassroots groups.


We are artists and creatives, and use this in our communication work for positive change, as well as connecting other artists into the campaign network. 


Experience working with Sustainable Business Practices presenting the business case for sustainability to CEO’s and corporate board members.

Our team


Emily Alexandra

Emily Alexandra

Project and Communications Manager

Emily has over 14 years of communications, operations and project management experience in education, local government, corporate, startups, community groups and Not-For-Profits.

Emily is also a web designer who translates people’s work into clear and polished user experiences backed by strong tech stacks.

She is particularly passionate about campaigning for rental rights, Australian native flora and fauna and community management.


Shae Anderson

Shae Anderson

Information Security Analyst

Shae has seven years of experience in software development and management, working by for small to medium businesses and Not-For-Profits. He specialises in data integrations, process automation and application security.

Shae is passionate about online privacy and security for individuals, particularly amoungst activist communities. He has been involved in anti-war activism for 12 years, as well as supporting other campaigns and communities.


Hayley Sestokas

Hayley Sestokas

Community Organiser and Digital Campaigner

Hayley has almost a decade of experience in campaigning and organising with communities fighting for climate and social justice, developing and implementing strategies and digital solutions to build equitable power.

A skilled trainer and facilitator, Hayley is passionate about creative direct action and making tech simpler, safer and more accessible to change-makers of all walks of life.

Nat Lowrey

Nat Lowrey

Campaign, Communications and Digital Strategy

Since the early 1990s, Nat has been working in digital graphic and web design in her art practice, and with community campaigns, non-profit organisations, education, and ethical business.

For over 20 years, Nat has been an organiser, communicator and grassroots campaigner on human rights and global justice with a focus on amplifying the voices and resistance of Indigenous Peoples and frontline communities against development aggression.

Baron de Merxhausen

Baron de Merxhausen

Business Analyst and Strategic Design Facilitator

Focusing on social entrepreneurship, collaborative work, peer support and strategic insight, Baron has facilitated the creation and success of numerous start-ups and coaches in business strategy.

His interest in management systems, process design, data-based activity and high-level strategy, along with his facilitation training, keeps his work evolving as well as the organisations he works with. This philosophy of continuous improvement means he is constantly working on his skills both as a leader and as a listener; because being brave in communicating, hearing, and internalising feedback are the most significant mechanisms for growth that we have.

Glenn Todd

Glenn Todd

Activist organiser, artist, strategist & WordPress geek

Glenn has been building websites for businesses and community groups for over 21 years and is passionate about empowering people to use technology to solve important problems. Glenn has worked with WordPress for over 10 years and has been delivering technical training for over 7 years.


Phil Evans

Phil Evans

Activist, facilitator, strategist, digital communications, and data management

Phil has worked for a decade developing campaign, organisational, communications, and data management strategies with progressive, grassroots groups to medium sized NGOs.

Initially starting with WordPress website development, Phil now specialises in using NationBuilder as an integrated website, campaigning, database, fundraising and communications platform, now holding over a decade of experience working with groups of all sizes. He has also worked integrating financial and other campaigning platforms data flows into NationBuilder.

Being a lifelong activist at heart, Phil has a strong passion for environmental and social justice.