Nominate someone in the Jewish community who is making the world a better place!

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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.

The category winners will receive the following prizes:
Youth (14 to 18): $500
Young adult (18 to 35): $750
All nominees will enter a draw to win a trip to Israel.

With special thanks to key sponsor Meriton Apartments.

Each nominee will receive a JNF certificate and a tree will be planted in their name in Israel.
Please include the names and contact details of one or two referees familiar with the nominee’s efforts and achievements and advocate on their behalf.
The information provided will be shared with the judging panel and if applicable the Jewish Youth and Young Adult Achievement Awards committee.

CATEGORIES

Youth Awards
1.JNF Award for Contribution to the Jewish Community:
Volunteer work for an organisation – fundraising – youth movements –representing Jewish sport groups- Jewish education – promoting Jewish values, culture, tradition – entertainers – advocacy – research.

2.Contribution to Australian Society:
In the field of: social justice-sport – entertainment – Australian charities – Law and Order – advocacy – innovators – environmentalists – business entrepreneurs – research – inter-community relations.

3.Contribution to the State of Israel:
Volunteering, advocacy, fundraising, membership in Zionist Youth Group

Young Adults – 18-35
1.Contribution to Australian Society:
In the field of: social justice – sport – entertainment – Australian charities – Law and Order – advocacy – innovators – environmentalists – business entrepreneurs – research – inter-community relations.

2.Contribution to the Jewish Community:
Volunteer work for an organisation – fundraising – youth movements –representing Jewish sport groups- Jewish education – promoting Jewish values, culture, Tradition – entertainers – advocacy – research – intercommunity relations.

3.B’nai Brith Award for Leadership:
For exemplary leadership demonstrated by young adults in both Jewish and broader community contexts. Awarded to an individual who has demonstrated vision, initiative and the capacity to inspire those around him/her, and exhibits pride in their Jewish identity.

4.Contribution to the State of Israel:
Fundraising, volunteering, advocacy also via Zionist organisations.

5.Educator of the Year Award:
A volunteer, or someone who does extra unpaid work – being a Teacher, Rabbi, Youth Leader and Mentor going above and beyond their call of duty.

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