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Working Together

If philanthropic, for profit and non-government organisations want to instigate impactful change they need to proactively include underrepresented groups.

With more than 19 years experience in building winning partnerships with the change ecosystem, EnableMe’s technology and programmes lift the inclusion of people with visible and invisible disabilities.

Why Get Involved

We work together with


EnableMe supports companies on their disability inclusion journey. Partnering with us gives you a global one-stop shop for disability inclusion, access to inclusive talent, programmes to foster disability-inclusion and Inclusion resource hub.


We work together to devise and implement disability & inclusion projects in many countries. With UBS Optimus Foundation we have evaluated the need for digital information and self-help community needs globally. With Fondation Botnar we undertake a feasibility study to uplift youth with disability in Morocco. We work together with you in countries of mutual interest with local partners to the benefit of people and youth with disabilities.

Non-Government Organisations

Partnering with EnableMe enables NGO programs to optimize their journey in driving sustainable systemic change in their health, economic empowerment, rights of people with disabilities, and education programs.

Public Institutions

We believe in complementing, rather than duplicating, the efforts of public initiatives which address the needs of people with visible and invisible disabilities.

We are happy to discuss how we can support and enhance the reach of public health, education and economic empowerment initiatives.

Shared-Value Partners

We believe that shared-value partnerships are the key to financial sustainability and to reaching the global disability community.

We are open to discuss shared-value partnerships that will bring us closer to realise our vision of enabling the world’s 1 billion people with disabilities to succeed.