call for nominations will be open November 1, 2018 to January 15, 2019
The Charles Bronfman Prize accepts nominations in all areas of humanitarian work across a broad spectrum of disciplines. Past recipients have distinguished themselves through their work in the fields of environment, genetics, humanitarian relief, human rights, medical education, public education, the economy, and storytelling to convey values across cultures.
Candidates are presented for consideration by a Nominator with three supporting references. An internationally recognized panel of judges selects the Prize recipient(s) and bestows an award of $100,000.
Nominators from a wide variety of distinguished institutions around the world help to identify qualified candidates for the Prize. While most have pursued social impact through non-profit mechanisms, some Nominees have used other creative vehicles of change, such as B Corporations.
We are looking for today’s Jewish heroes: next-generation leaders who have a vision for change that will significantly better the world, and who have created a mechanism for acting on that vision in ways that deliver measurable results. We evaluate that against the following criteria:
Nominees must be individuals or teams, not organizations. Specifically, we are interested in those whocreated the vision on which the organization/endeavor is founded.
Nominees must not have reached their 50th birthday by the close of the nomination period. There are no exceptions to this date.
Nominees must be next-generation leaders who have a vision for change that will better the world in a meaningful way.
Nominees must have created a mechanism for acting on their vision in ways that deliver measurable results.
Nominees have exhibited innovation, leadership, and impact in their chosen field.
Nominees must espouse Jewish values and demonstrate universal regard for humanity that will inspire and serve as a model for future generations.
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