Our partners

all eins e.V. / Mellowpark

all eins e.V. at Mellowpark in Treptow-Köpenick: skateboard and BMX on the outside – with full-on added graffiti, screen printing, table tennis, gym, techno, hip hop, café, and pub quiz on the inside. We live for diversity, self-organization and freedom. Come by – and become part of the wild and colorful MellowCrew! … Continue reading »

Berliner Kältehilfe

Berliner Kältehilfe has been offering homeless people protection from the cold since 1989. As an association of church parishes, welfare organizations, independent sponsors and the City State of Berlin, we are committed to ensuring that no person in Berlin has to freeze to death – because every life is worth protecting, … Continue reading »


Babbel is #1 sold language learning app globally. The company was founded in 2007 in Berlin. Since then, the team has grown to 750 people from more than 50 nations, spread between Berlin and New York. In 2020, Babbel surpassed 10 million subscriptions sold, always aiming at one goal: Everyone. Learning. Languages. Being a … Continue reading »


preventive, all-age services in the social sector PAD gGmbH is a certified carrier of independent youth welfare service. The main focus of our work is prevention, support and assistance for people as well as the commitment to human rights-oriented partnerships. More than sixty projects and institutions work under the umbrella … Continue reading »

Neue Chance gGmbH

At Neue Chance gGmbH, the name of the sponsor is the agenda: We do everything we can to give people a new chance. Our offers of emergency housing and youth welfare services are aimed at adults of all ages, at adolescents and unaccompanied minor refugees. We help when the loss of one’s own living space … Continue reading »

GEBEWO – Soziale Dienste Berlin gGmbH

The GEBEWO – Social Services – Berlin gGmbH was founded in 1994 to help people in exceptional circumstances. With our work, we support in particular people who are homeless or threatened by homelessness due to their living conditions as well as chronically addicted, mentally challenged people. A further aim of our … Continue reading »