Our Partners

Ashoka's partners work together to invest in the people and patterns of collaborative entrepreneurship that are necessary in an Everyone a Changemaker® world.

Boehringer Ingelheim

Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) and Ashoka have partnered together in promoting innovative solutions to challenging health problems since 2010. By exploring the intersection of social entrepreneurship, employee talent development, and healthcare networks the teams have co-designed "win-win" solutions to global healthcare challenges. Solutions have come through increasing individuals’ access to healthcare and community health issues, especially underserved populations. Over 5 years, the team has supported 75 Making More Health fellows in 47 countries, launched 3 global open-source competitions finding 800+ health innovations worldwide, and engage 10% of BI's global workforce of 45,000.

Breakthrough Miami

Ashoka Youth Venture worked with Breakthrough Miami to identify South Floridian youth and then support them in launching ventures that could help transform their communities.

C & A Foundation

The C&A Foundation and Ashoka have partnered together to improve the safety and accountability of all people in the fashion value chain. Ashoka and C&A are working to tap into this important driver of economic mobility for people worldwide to continue impacting the clothing industry.

CAF - Development Bank for Latin America

CAF is a development bank created in 1970, owned by 19 countries — 17 of Latin America and the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal — as well as 13 private banks in the region. It promotes a sustainable development model through credit operations, non-reimbursable resources, and support in the technical and financial structuring of projects in the public and private sectors of Latin America.

Cartier Charitable Foundation

The Foundation and Ashoka are engaged in a 3-year partnership to develop and enhance responsible natural resource management and sustainable lifestyle. One of the aims of this collaboration is to select and accompany social entrepreneurs acting in these fields and initiate new ambitious collaborations between them and other key actors.


Ashoka and CIEE have worked together on several occasions to help provide meaningful cultural exchanges with a changemaking lens for students visiting the US.


Dalberg is a strategic advisory firm dedicated to global development. Their mission is to mobilize effective responses to the world’s most pressing issues.

Degroof Petercam Foundation

The work of Degroof Petercam Foundation in Belgium is deeply rooted in the values of the Degroof Petercam Bank, supporting projects in both education and entrepreneurships to stimulate employment. The Degroof Petercam Foundation is supporting the Changemaker Schools programme in Belgium.

Digital, Life, Design (DLD)

The Digital Life Design (DLD) is a series of conferences that bring together creative minds from all over the world, featuring digital innovation, science, and culture. Its attendees include 800 entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, scientists and artists who create a hub for innovative ideas and experiences, as well as a starting point for partnerships, investments and business development. In line with DLD Chairman Hubert Burda, DLD builds a platform for Ashoka Fellows to "connect with the unexpected." In partnership with Ashoka, DLD introduced Ashoka’s 25 fellows poised for global breakthrough on its website.

DLA Piper

DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 30 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, positioning us to help companies with their legal needs anywhere in the world. They will help Belgian Ashoka Fellows with their legal problems.


Donorinfo provides objective and detailed information about Belgian charities or associations' finances to donors, companies or charitable organisations. 

Ebay Foundation / The Opportunity Project

For more than 15 years, eBay has connected buyers and sellers in an efficient marketplace, fostering entrepreneurship and generating income for millions of people. Nonetheless, there remains an urgent need to engage the untapped potential of citizens around the world. Nearly one half of the world’s population lives on less than $2/day. Helping them increase their income is a critical step in lifting individuals and communities out of poverty. Furthermore, most of the 3+ billion people in the world living at or below the economic poverty level face significant barriers: not only do they lack access to markets and financial services, they also pay higher prices for goods and services than the rest of the world’s population.