Those who have demonstrated neighbourly love, who have behaved with dignity and decency – all of which reflect the character of the Harmatz family.
The award will recognize excellence for projects that have made an outstanding contribution to Tikkun Olam – our shared responsibility to heal, repair and transform the world.
This could be through helping the needy, volunteering, a commitment to fostering the values of compassion and dignity and generally contributing morally to the good of humanity.
Examples of previous winning projects include:
To be eligible for an award, all of the following requirements must be satisfied:
A report describing your project (300-500 words, written in English, including 2-3 high quality, jpeg photos) must be included in the application.
The project can be ongoing or completed.
Please ensure your report covers the following points:
Submission of a 3-5 minute video (in English or with English subtitles if necessary) showing the project in action.
Please ensure that you obtain the appropriate permission from any people filmed and that you only use public domain music.
The video should be uploaded to YouTube. The written report and the YouTube link for the video should be sent to Sheryl Gold at email@example.com.
The project must be carried by an individual student or small collaborations of no more than five students (not class projects).
The deadline for final submissions is Friday 17 March 2017