Ashoka Canada has:
- Reached a network of 52 Fellows across Canada, including 10 Senior Fellows
- Invested more than $3 million in social entrepreneurs and innovators since 2002
- Connected Canadian Fellows to the global network of Ashoka Fellows, including Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia) and Matt Flannery (Kiva.org)
- Connected Canadian Fellows to global events like the Clinton Global Initiative and the Skoll World Forum, giving them the chance to learn about management systems for citizen sector organizations, new approaches for communicating with funders, creating partnerships with other Ashoka Fellows in areas of mutual interest, and connecting to members of the global Ashoka Support Network
- Enabled Fellow Al Etmanski to participate in a global collaboration with 16 other Ashoka Fellows from five continents. The (Dis)Ability Initiative resulted in an exchange of methodologies and a book entitled "CREATING CHANGE: Innovations in the World of Disability" that was published in Polish (and will be published in English)
Ashoka Canada elects Fellows at various stages of their lifecycle as social entrepreneurs. A Fellow may be just starting to get an innovative idea off the ground, or may have already achieved national impact and made a “scratch on history” with their idea. The Ashoka Fellowship program offers network and strategic support for its members throughout their careers as social entrepreneurs. Currently, Ashoka Canada is seeking to expand and strengthen the diversity of the Canadian Fellowship with leading social entrepreneurs who come from, and/or are working to solve social problems affecting, Indigenous and Immigrant/Newcomer communities.