A dream that began in 'Mum and Dad's garage', the value of our work digitising dreams across four countries has gone on to be recognised internationally. As a member of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Solutions Network, we were one of fifty youth-led solutions featured in the 2019 Youth Solutions Report which was presented at the UN Headquarters in New York. Our Founder, Jack Growden, has also represented LiteHaus on the world stage on numerous occasions, including at the world's largest annual gathering of university students - the 10th University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USLS) in 2019.
Hosted by Humanitarian Affairs Asia in Kuala Lumpur, Jack shared the LiteHaus story with 1,500 of the world's brightest young minds on the same stage as the Malaysian Prime Minister. He has spoken on aid and development webinars and during his time with UN-ESCAP, he represented LiteHaus at the National Conclave on the Implementation of the SDGs in New Delhi. Beyond this, our work has been featured in the Papua New Guinean national media on 16 occasions, complementing regular media coverage in North Queensland and exposure to over 350,000 people on social media.
In 2020, Jack was named as Queensland's Emerging Philanthropist of the Year by the Queensland Community Foundation, an AMP Tomorrow Maker and one of the Top 10 Inspiring Queenslanders of the Year by Courier-Mail in recognition of his achievements with LiteHaus International.