Hannah Neil World of Children Awards
Posted by on March 26, 2004
The Hannah Neil World of Children Awards honor ordinary people doing extraordinary work for children. Each year nominations from across the globe are reviewed to identify selfless individuals whose unwavering commitment to children makes the world a better place, for youth and all of humanity.
Please take a moment to review this year’s awards and the online nomination process.
Two separate $100,000 awards and one $15,000 award are presented to the winners at the annual World of Children Awards Ceremony in Columbus, Ohio. By honoring children’s advocates, the World of Children, Inc., hopes to bring these advocates, their work and their organizations to the forefront of international acclaim and attention.
The Kellogg’s Child Development Award, a $100,000 award sponsored by the Kellogg’s Corporate Citizenship Fund, the founding sponsor and charitable arm of the Kellogg Company, recognizes those who have made a significant lifetime contribution to children’s futures by significantly improving their opportunities to learn and to grow.
The Cardinal Health Children’s Care Award, a prestigious $100,000 award sponsored by the Cardinal Health Foundation, the charitable arm of leading health care products and services provider, Cardinal Health, recognizes and individual who has made a significant lifetime contribution to the health and well-being of children.
The Founder’s Award, a $15,000 scholarship, recognizes a young person under age 21, who is making extraordinary contributions to other children.
Using the 2004 Online Nomination Form, please nominate a person who is working as an advocate for children. Please note that an organization itself cannot be nominated.
Finalists are selected from hundreds of global applicants. The World of Children’s International Advisory Council, headed by Muhammad Ali, boxing legend and United Nation’s Ambassador of Peace, is part of the process to select our Award winners.
The 2004 Awards will be presented to three finalists during a ceremony and celebration on November 18, 2004, in Columbus, Ohio, home of the World of Children Awards.
The deadline for submitting nominations is Monday, April 26, 2004. Please note all nominations must be completed in English.
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