The Charles Bronfman Prize
The Prize annually recognizes Jewish humanitarians whose work, while inspired by personal Jewish values, is of universal benefit to all people. The award program seeks to honor next-generation leaders who have a vision for change that will better the world in a meaningful way, and who have created a mechanism for acting on that vision in ways that deliver measurable results. The Prize accepts nominations from all over the world in all areas of humanitarian endeavor across a broad spectrum of disciplines, including but not limited to medicine and science, education, human rights, conflict resolution, community development and compassionate care. The Prize celebrates the vision and endeavor of an individual or group of individuals (not an organization) under the age of 50 whose humanitarian work has contributed significantly to the betterment of the world. Nominees should self-define as being Jewish, however that manifests itself to the individual nominee. While nominees must self-identify as Jewish, their endeavors may be universal, contributing to the betterment of the world. Se3lof nominations are not accepted. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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