Our community research model is social activism that is community-owned. Community research consists of upskilling local people who have the accessibility, position and credibility to unpack cultural nuances that traditional institutions tend to miss. We prioritise strategic partnerships with forward-thinking organisations that share the same commitment to problem solving and service toward underserved communities. Funders, charities, social enterprises, local government bodies and academic institutions are among the list of organisations that we have successfully worked with. We do not seek to work with extractive companies who do not share our values of empowerment, cultural integrity, collaboration and community ownership. The incubation of our community researchers is rooted in a kinship emphasising you, the person, ahead of the outputs and milestones you have to offer. Our firm value is that we seek to give our community researchers more equity so you can do more for yourself and your communities. We represent those that come from a place where success is not an option and our objective is to bring belief to those who didn’t think they had a chance.