B’nai B’rith & JNF Jewish Changemaker Awards 2022
Nominate someone in the Jewish community who is making the world a better place!
A Changemaker is someone who demonstrates commitment and The B’nai B’rith Alfred Dreyfus Anti-Defamation Unit and JNF Australia are honouring individuals in our community who have made a difference – in the process inspire others to get involved.
This year the B’nai B’rith & JNF Youth & Young Adult Changemaker Awards has streamlined the nominating process and there are now only 3 nomination categories:
Youth Volunteers for under 18s: $1500
Young Adult Volunteers 18 – 36 years of age: $3000
Joshua Levi Professional Award 18 – 36 years of age: $5000
With special thanks to key sponsor Meriton Apartments.
Young Adult and Youth Volunteers
A Changemaker is someone who demonstrates commitment and passion to their cause. They make a considerable impact and or create change. Whether for the Jewish community, Australian Society, Israel ,or in a leadership role. They may volunteer for an organisation, fundraise for a cause close to their heart, build intercommunity relations, impact social justice, educate, advocate or innovate. A Changemaker could also be a natural born leader who demonstrates vision, takes initiatives, and inspires those around them.
- Youth Volunteers for Under 18s
- Young Adult Volunteers for 13-36 years
Joshua Levi Young Professional Award
The Joshua Levi Young Professional Award will be awarded to a Changemaker in a professional capacity who works within the Jewish community, or in an area that engages with Jewish community. They exhibit meaningful and impactful change in the area of their work, and or promoted a sense of collegiality across the communal landscape. They are committed to furthering their engagement with the Jewish community through their professional engagement.
- Joshua Levi Award for 18-36 years
Whether a volunteer or in a professional capacity nominate a Changemaker today who is worthy of recognition for their achievements.
Award Ceremony TBC