Spark Freedom provided strategic planning, coaching, branding, and other communications consultant services to right-of-center non-profit groups.  It appears that the groups is no longer operational as of October 2021.
A partial list of Spark Freedom’s clients includes a number of non-profit organizations that are members of the State Policy Network, including the American Conservative Union Foundation, Beacon Center of Tennessee, Foundation for Government Accountability, Goldwater Institute, Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Montana Policy Institute, Texas Public Policy Foundation, and other right-of-center state policy advocacy groups. 
Spark Freedom was funded by donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations. Tax filings confirm donations from Donors Capital Fund ($171,050 in 2016),  State Policy Network (SPN) ($71,000 in 2014),  and the Charles Koch Institute ($10,000 in 2017). 
Spark Freedom filed the short-form nonprofit tax return in 2017 claiming total revenue of $192,997.  Spark Freedom’s most recent IRS filing as of early October 2021 was an “E-postcard” in 2018 claiming less than $50,000 in gross receipts.