The Charles Bronfman Prize has announced a call for nominations for its 2016 award. Each year, the Prize recognizes a visionary humanitarian under the age of 50 who, fueled by Jewish values, is creating global impact and inspiring future generations. An internationally recognized panel of judges will select the 2016 Prize recipient and present the award and a grant of $100,000 in the fall of 2016.
The Prize was established in 2004 by Ellen Bronfman Hauptman and Stephen Bronfman, together with their spouses, Andrew Hauptman and Claudine Blondin Bronfman, to honor their father, Charles Bronfman, his values, and his commitment to young people and their potential as change makers. Past recipients efforts have led to significant changes on a diverse range of issues, including: refugees, poverty, education, disability rights, the environment, healthcare, and veterans.
The deadline for nominations is December 15, 2015.
For guidelines and nomination forms, please visit: www.TheCharlesBronfmanPrize.com.