- Applications must be submitted via the prize website.
- The Unity Prize will be awarded in three distinct categories: Local · National · Global · Education
- The unit of impact measurement is dictated by geographic audience.
- If the project or initiative reaches and influences a local population, please nominate for the local category. If the effect is felt nationally, please nominate for the national category, and if the impact extends to a global audience, please nominate for the global category. If you are nominating an educational institution or an educational intiative or project please nominate in the education category.
- Individuals, organizations, educational institutions, nonprofits, corporations, foundations and social initiatives are welcomed for consideration in each category.
- Be sure to demonstrate how the nominee’s actions are imperative to advancing mutual respect and understanding, inclusion and unification in Israel and/or between Israel and the Jewish world. Nominated initiatives should maintain impact over an extended period of time
- All applications must be completed in full. Note! There is no option to save an incomplete application and return to it at a later date. For your convenience a link to the entire questionnaire is available for download in the header of each form.
- In all prize categories, applicants are permitted to submit themselves for consideration. Applications from a third party that nominate prize candidates will also be accepted.
- Applications and material may be in English or Hebrew only.
- 2 letters of recommendations are optional, but recommended, in either Hebrew or English, in PDF or WORD (.doc or .docx).
- Nominations must be submitted by 11:59 PM E.S.T on the announced date. No nominations will be accepted after that date.
- For additional information or questions please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Unity Prizes will be presented in Jerusalem on May 31, 2022, as part of the commemorative events of Unity Day.