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Nominate students who create positive impacts
It has been a challenging time for the world and for Hong Kong. But it is the silver lining that keeps us going in search of hope.
The Humanity Award recognizes students from Primary Four to Six or aged 9 to 12 who lend a helping hand and give back to the community. The Award recognizes compassionate students who put thoughts into positive actions and inspired our community to do more good.
The 2023 Humanity Award is open for nominations. Please apply by:
1. CLICK HERE to join online
2. Download the application form. Please fill in the form and email it to us at [email protected] or mail it back to our office before the deadline.
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Winners will be notified by phone and/or email by June 12, 2023, after which the list of winners will be announced on June 13, 2023, on the Humanity Awards website.
*Those who have not received any notification on or before June 12, 2023 will be deemed as unsuccessful in their application.
**All participants will receive their certificate of appreciation by mail on or before July 15, 2023.
About The Humanity Award
Founder of The Fred Hollows Foundation, Professor Fred Hollows, dedicated his life to helping and empowering others to help themselves and restoring sight to some of the world’s poorest people.
I believe the basic attribute of mankind is to look after each other.
- Professor Fred Hollows, Founder of The Fred Hollows Foundation
The Humanity Award recognises Upper Primary students who follow in Fred’s footsteps by making a positive difference in the community.
Since 2012, the Award has acknowledged more than 3,000 primary school students in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.
CLICK HERE and be inspired by our 2022 Junior Ambassadors.
How can schools or parents nominate students for The Humanity Award?
The Award welcomes all P4 to P6 students (9 to 12 years of age) to enter. We welcome both individual and group nominations – all nominations will be assessed together.
School principals, teachers, social workers, parents and guardians are encouraged to nominate more than one student or student group.
Each nomination should be accompanied by a submission showing how the student/s made a positive contribution to the community over the past year. Please provide information or images (if appropriate), to support the submission.
What are the award criteria?
Students should be able to demonstrate one positive action they have done for the community in the past year. The student’s actions should have brought positive impacts for society and demonstrated at least one of the values, upheld by our founder Professor Fred Hollows:
- Action oriented
- Show compassion, integrity and kindness
- Empowerment: Help people to help themselves
- Collaborate with others to bring about change
What do Humanity Award participants receive?
Five Humanity Award Ambassadors will each receive a medal.
Students with inspiring actions will be named as Students of Merit.
All participants will receive a Fred Hollows Humanity Award Certificate to recognise their positive impacts.
All participants will automatically join the Humanity Award Alumni – a global circle of young people who give back to the community.
Email: [email protected]
2022 Humanity Awards
(In Alphabetical Order)
Did you know?
The Fred Hollows Humanity Award has been recognised for
Outstanding Achievement in The Australian Charity Awards in 2018!