Our Partners

Our partners have been invaluable in helping FASE to achieve its mission. They have provided us with know-how, network and financial support and continue to do so. We are particularly grateful for the monetary support received by Apax Foundation, BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, a family office as well as from the European Commission, who already selected us five times to win ecosystem-building grants to boost social finance. On top, our founding partner Ashoka Germany continues to be a major force of support when implementing the ideas of FASE and expanding our reach.

On their way to achieving scale, many impact ventures face several legal and tax issues or need assistance in developing their business models. To best support our clients, we collaborate with a network of pro bono partners who give short-term or ad hoc advice and thus are a tremendous help to us and our mandates.

We sincerely thank the following pro bono partners for their contributions: 

Wellington Partners, TAP, Linklaters, Roots of Impact, Hogan Lovells, Latham & Watkins and Thomson Reuters Foundation (TrustLaw).

Network Partners

In addition, FASE collaborates with several network partners, with whom we exchange expert knowledge and support each other in our impact work. We are very much looking forward to expanding these partnerships in the coming years.

Here are some of our network partners:


PYM is an independent Benelux-based foundation that connects and guides wealth owners to invest their capital consciously for a better world.

In 2014, Margaret van Beuningen-McGovern set up the Donor Impact Invest Fund (DIIF) as the first of its kind in the Netherlands. Donors and Co-Investors join to support impact-first projects in the areas of education, agri/food, health and energy.