The EnableMe Foundation is a non-profit Swiss foundation founded by Joachim Schoss in 2020. Through 15 years of experience with a German-language online portal for people with disabilities and chronic illnesses, the desire to offer this support worldwide arose. It is the vision of EnableMe to improve the quality of life of all people with disabilities and chronic illnesses through providing information, self-help peer communities and digital services.
«If it is worth helping people with disabilities in German-speaking countries, then we must also help people with disabilities in other countries, where we can also add great added value with information and community.»
The EnableMe Foundation works with established partner organizations or networks on site and then offers them portal and community technology. In addition, the foundation offers strategy consulting, know-how transfers, training and other support so that country partners can successfully offer their own information and community services.
EnableMe is currently active in 5 countries (Switzerland, Germany, Kenya, Ukraine and now India) and has communities available in multiple languages. We strive to continue to expand the EnableMe global network and push to empower and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities worldwide, through our global network.
For more information about the EnableMe Foundation: www.enableme.org.