Charles Bronfman Prize for Young Humanitarians
Posted by on September 24, 2007
Charles Bronfman Prize Announces Call for Nominations
Deadline: November 30, 2007
The Charles Bronfman Prize has launched its 2008 award cycle, marking the start of this year’s international quest for extraordinary young humanitarians.
The $100,000 award celebrates the vision and talent of a team or an individual under 50 years of age whose humanitarian work has contributed significantly to the betterment of the world. Its goal is to bring public recognition to dynamic individuals whose Jewish values infuse their humanitarian accomplishments and provide inspiration to future generations.
Nominees may pursue humanitarian goals in a range of fields, including medicine and science, education, human rights, conflict resolution, community development, and compassionate care. Nominees should have a vision for change that will better the world in a meaningful way; have created a mechanism for acting on their vision in ways that deliver measurable results; and exhibit innovation, leadership, and impact in their chosen field.
Nomination guidelines, forms, and information on previous award recipients are available at the program’s Web site.
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