Meet some of our Members

We believe in the power of community. At Impact Hub Berlin we have built a community of social entrepreneurs, non-profits, creatives, initiatives, organizations as well as locally committed individuals who dedicate their work to social and civic innovations.

GIZ Blockchain Lab participants designing a poster.

The GIZ Blockchain Lab

The GIZ Blockchain Lab works to leverage blockchain applications for SDG’s by designing suitable framework conditions. The Lab works interdisciplinary from the legal, institutional and economic perspective, and aims to align crypto-economic incentives with societal benefit.


JourVie provides digital support for the therapy of eating disorders. They launched with the aim of improving the treatment of eating disorders for those affected – through practical and discreet protocols, as well as advice and motivation for the difficult moments.

MakeSense Berlin

MakeSense is a dynamic, global, people-powered community. They connect engaged citizens, passionate entrepreneurs and forward-looking organizations to solve social issues and create positive impact through workshops, events and partner programmes.

Ayumi Matsuzaka

DYCLE is a fundamentally new way of how baby diapers are to be produced, used and recycled, or rather upcycled, when they are no longer a waste but a nutrient for plants, transformed into fertile soil.

Matthias Heskamp

“Paper Planes e.V. develop visionary scenarios around people for the city of tomorrow. As an architect I design rooms, tailor-made for their future inhabitants and as a carpenter furniture and everyday objects made of wood, handcrafted with attention to detail.”


Jobs4refugees is on a mission to help refugees in Germany take up work. They connect refugees with companies, provide training to prepare both for the application process as well as the work-place, supporting with the bureaucratic red tape and communication.

Cailtin Chandler

Caitlin is a longform and investigative journalist focused on human rights. She is on the Editorial Board of Africa is a Country.

Members of Natay y Limon

Nata Y Limón

Nata Y Limón is a social design label that partners with indigenous weaving cooperatives in the highlands of Guatemala. Their goal is to empower women weavers through fair job opportunities, market access and by promoting their ancient weaving skills.

Dr. Gerhard Rappold

Gerhard is a senior consultant for sustainable development with in-depth expertise in adaptation to climate change, water resources and organisational development. For more than 20 years he worked in development cooperation and recently expanded his focus towards the “Global North”. 


Are you looking for a private office space within our vibrant community building? Then one of our four offices might be the best solution for you. Enjoy all the benefits of a regular membership, and the luxury of closing the door for private meetings, draw out passionate brainstorms, and stick tons of post-its on the wall.


In order to solve common problems, we need collaborative action. Therefore, our community wouldn’t be complete without our partners who bring in their own expertise and contributions. Reach out and explore how your organization can add value to the bigger picture. Whether it is skill-based workshops, financial investment, creative events or inspiring thought leadership – we’d love to hear from you!


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