Engage, Inspire, DO...

Eurekaha is a not for profit social movement. Our team are passionate about bringing inspiration to all young people in order to create positive change.


Our vision is to create a global platform to enable and support independently organised Eurekaha projects that enhance the prospects of our younger generations, break down cross generational barriers, increase social awareness and together, make a difference.


We are on a mission to mobilise, catalyse and energise grass roots community projects that develop the full potential of young people and addresses social challenges using design thinking. In doing so, we aim to enhance the employability and social awareness of tomorrows workforce, whether as part of an enhanced educational model, corporate CSR initiative, or local grass roots action.


  1. In times of austerity and uncertainty, we face gaps in the provision of state services, leading to heightened social pressure and an increasing reliance on volunteers.

  2. The challenges we face are becoming more complex, connected and intractable. As the world becomes increasingly uncertain, design thinking skills are becoming more and more important in the workplace and society. 

  3. We are living in a time of continual change. Technology is redefining social interaction and working models, generational gaps are emerging, with a soft skills gap among younger people being cited as a source of major concern by today’s employers.

We launched Eurekaha to mobilise others to achieve change. By using design thinking as a vehicle to engage and work with our younger generations, we not only develop those generations, we develop ourselves, close the generational gaps and create social value.

Millennials are often portrayed as apathetic, disinterested, tuned out and selfish. None of those adjectives describe the Millennials I’ve been privileged to meet and work with.
— Chelsea Clinton

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