Stephen Bronfman

Bronfman Prize Winners Announced

06/08/2010
Staff Writer

For the first time, two recipients have been chosen for The Charles Bronfman Prize 2010, which honors young Jewish humanitarians. Sasha Chanoff, founder of Mapendo International, a Boston-based international refugee agency, and Jared Genser, founder of Freedom Now, a Washington-based human rights lawyer who defends prisoners of conscience, will each receive a $100,000 award.

Generation Gap In Giving

11/01/2006
Staff Writer
For a long time, Danielle Durchslag had absolutely no interest in anything Jewish. The 25-year-old Soho resident hated Hebrew school, despised the Jewish overnight camps she was sent to and describes the trip she took to Israel when she was a teenager as “an utter disaster.”

The Jewish MacArthur Award

06/21/2002
Staff Writer
Sometime next December, somewhere in the world, someone will receive an unexpected phone call with a reason to celebrate: actually, 100,000 reasons.
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