The Charles Bronfman Prize names David Hertz as 2019 Recipient
Brazilian-born chef and social entrepreneur David Hertz, who pioneered a model for using food to improve the lives of low-income people, is the 2019 recipient of The Charles Bronfman Prize. Hertz co-founded Gastromotiva, a Brazilian-based socio-gastronomic organization that fights, unemployment and social inequality and uses food waste as a tool for transformation to “create opportunities […]
Making the invisible in criminal justice visible: Charles Bronfman Prize to Amy Bach of Measures for Justice
Monday in New York City, The Charles Bronfman Prize celebrated its latest recipient Amy Bach, founder and executive director of Measures for Justice, a nonprofit whose purpose is to assess the performance of the criminal justice system. “Tonight we celebrate a true pioneer for justice,” declared Ellen Bronfman Hauptman. “Amy Bach works in a world […]
The Charles Bronfman Prize Now Accepting Nominations for 2019
Charles Bronfman Prize Accepting Nominations for 2019; Annual $100,000 Award Honors Young Humanitarians The Charles Bronfman Prize announced its worldwide call for nominations for its 2019 Prize. The $100,000 annual award is presented to an individual or team whose innovative humanitarian work informed by Jewish values has significantly improved the world. The deadline for nominations […]
The Charles Bronfman Prize Names Amy Bach as 2018 Recipient
NEW YORK, Sept 5th, 2018 – The Charles Bronfman Prize announced its 2018 recipient: Amy Bach, Founder, Executive Director and President of Measures for Justice, the first organization to publicly measure how the entire criminal justice system is performing in all counties across the United States by collecting, analyzing and comparing county-level data. “Amy’s work […]
Welcoming Immigrants: Charles Bronfman Prize to David Lubell of Welcoming America
The 15th annual Charles Bronfman Prize was awarded to David Lubell, Founder of Welcoming America recognized for building inclusive and prosperous communities for immigrants across the U.S. and beyond, Monday, April 30th at the New-York Historical Society. The Charles Bronfman Prize – and an award of $100,000 – is presented annually to an innovative and dynamic humanitarian under the age of 50 whose work is informed by Jewish values and has global impact that changes lives and inspires future generations. Lubell was awarded the Prize by Charles Bronfman, and participated in a conversation with Fareed Zakaria, host of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS.
The Charles Bronfman Prize Now Accepting Nominations for 2018
The Charles Bronfman Prize today announced the call for nominations from around the world for its 2018 award. Each year, the Prize celebrates the vision and endeavors of an individual or team under the age of 50 whose innovative humanitarian work, informed by Jewish values, contributes to the betterment of the world, inspiring future generations.
The Charles Bronfman Prize Names David Lubell as 2017 Recipient
The Charles Bronfman Prize today announced David Lubell, Founder and Executive Director of Welcoming America, as its 2017 recipient for his work creating welcoming communities for immigrants and refugees. The Charles Bronfman Prize – and an award of $100,000 – is presented annually to an innovative and dynamic humanitarian under the age of 50 whose work is informed by Jewish values and has global impact that changes lives and inspires future generations.