SCHWEITZER PRIZE FOR HUMANITARIANISM CRITERIA
The Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism recognizes individuals whose life example, like Dr. Schweitzer’s, has significantly mitigated the social determinants of health in the U.S. and/or abroad, and whose commitment to service influences and inspires others.
- The individual(s) must have direct participation in the development and/or oversight of a significant program that made improvements upon the health, welfare and safety of others, especially for disenfranchised and/or vulnerable people
- The program must be broad in scope offering the greatest good for the most people
- The longevity of the organization or program will be considered
SCHWEITZER CLARION AWARD FOR HEALTH PROMOTION
AND EDUCATION CRITERIA
This award honors significant achievement in bringing public awareness to the issues and solutions that can help improve the health and well-being of vulnerable people.
- The individual, group or organization must have facilitated actions that have had a significant impact upon the health, welfare and safety of others, especially for disenfranchised and/or vulnerable people
- The activities can be locally based but they must offer the greatest good for the most people
- The longevity of the program or project will be considered
*To be determined by the Award Selection Committee