Grant Applications


Karpf and Hahn Application (Deadline October 29, 2014)

Davis Application (Deadline January 21, 2014)

Sample Davis Proposal 

Previous Recipients


Karpf & Hahn Peace Award Recipients

Name Project Summary Year
Selene Campion Encouraging interfaith dialogue with discussion groups and elementary schools in Paris 2013-2014
Tomi Jaiyesimi Conducting an oral hygiene education program in South Africa 2013-2014
Jennifer Largaespada Co-running a camp at a community theater in Hialeah, FL 2013-2014
Iosefa Percival Making technology accessible for village communities in Samoa 2013-2014
So Hyun Shin Working on a peace building theater project with North Korean refugees in South Korea 2013-2014
Abie Troen Returning to Kenya to hold a screening of short documentary films that he is creating for Kenyan street vendor's alliance 2013-2014
Shota Adamia Photographic and first-hand perspective with the locals regarding the ties and disputes of Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and the UK  2012-2013
Natan Odenheimer Conducting 5 informal, non-affiliated meetings of teams in special units in the Israeli army and a young Arab-Israeli leader 2012-2013
Sarah Van Buren Implementation of a domestic violence module in an existing midwife education program for community based health workers from rural regions of Timor Leste. 2012-2013
Jessye Kass Working on an NGO in Ghana, which provides free therapeutic art programs to children living in poverty, or with special needs or who have been victims of sexual abuse 2011-2012
Irfan Amali Teaching Muslim Children in the Waltham and Brighton area the 12 values of peace and tolerance using a creative module 2011-2012
McKenzie Strobach Applicant was chosen by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom to attend the Practicum in Advocacy at te United Nations Headquarters in New York 2011-2012
Renana Gal Working with The Women's Equity in Access to Care and Treatment American-Rwandan Organization in order to use theater as a tool that can help the young Rwandan generation to process their national trauma 2011-2012
Noam Shouster Building a year-long youth initiative for young HIV+ women and children in Rwanda 2010-2011
Claire Cooper and Anna Khandros Creating a partnership between and afterschool program in Shatila Refugee Camp in Beirut, Lebanon and students at Brandeis University 2010-2011
Ashraf Hussein Speaking appearance at a New York synagogue 2010-2011
Noam Shouster Building a year-long youth initiative for young HIV+ women and children in Rwanda 2009-2010
Nicole Fox Travel with the Global Youth Connect human rights delegation to Rwanda 2009-2010
Marnina Cowan Establishing "Musika Rox," a cross cultural performance group at Brandeis, commited to a non-violent end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict 2009-2010
Becky Sniderman Travel to Mississippi to participate in a meeting of the Mississippi Truth Project and conduct research related to senior thesis 2009-2010
Kathleen Rees Organizing an art workshop for low-income women who are a part of the Waltham School 2009-2010

Davis Peace Prize Recipients

Name Project Summary Year
Mangaliso Mohammed Back to Basics: Food for Healing HIV 2012-2013
Ardak Meterkulova HIV/AIDS Education in Kazakhstan 2012-2013
Kayla Dinces and Lena Morrison Engaging Hand and Minds: Empowerment through Peer Education in Zimbabwe 2011-2012
Noam Shouster Helping HIV+ women and children in Rwanda 2010-2011
Ned Crowley and Jonah Cohen Producing a Documentary Film about Costa Rican Culture of Peace 2009-2010
Shaina Gilbert Empowering through Education Camp in Haiti 2009-2010