WHY WE EXIST
We believe meaningful stories can reduce inequalities and strengthen human connection
DrawHistory is a social impact brand agency. We’re a small tribe of passionate humans and creative trailblazers who get out of bed each day on a mission: to help our clients become stories people want to be a part of. This is because we believe that strategic storytelling has the power to not only increase their revenue-raising capability but mobilise a community around them.
Our team has created brand identities, publication designs, content strategies, user experiences and digital platforms for more than 75 organisations to date. We work hard to activate change with the purposeful ventures we work with, having recently helped launch 250 nonprofit internships, kickstart the first West Australian social impact co-working space and raise $100,000 for people seeking asylum.
COLLABORATION WITH COMMUNITY
We’re about building relationships, not simply connections. DrawHistory is focused on more than just surface-level chatter and understand that meaningful collaborations can help build bridges and create buy-in between sectors and individuals. It’s why we always work with all stakeholders.
Building capacity is at the heart of who we are at DrawHistory. We’re a team that enables teams to make a bigger difference by equipping them with the resources needed to grow. That means we train your team and guide you through the creative process so that you have deeper ownership of your work and are able to deliver impact on your own terms.
Being genuine counts for a lot at DrawHistory. We believe that we do our best work when we deeply care in the causes we vouch for. You’ll only find authentic and warm people when you work with us, because how else are we going to solve the world’s greatest challenges if not by banding together?
EXPLORING THE BEYOND
Special things come from those who dare to ask the big questions. We love seeing beyond the horizon, whether that looks like a new brand strategy approach or the latest Stanford and Harvard i-lab research. Settling for the conventional just isn’t how we do things.