The first annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards took place on Oct. 3, 2013.
President Jimmy Carter
Carter earned the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Lifetime Achievement Award for his many accomplishments in advancing human rights.
Aguilera earned the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award for her work in bringing awareness to end global hunger.
Bolton received the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Gender Equality advocating on behalf of women and children at risk.
Hogg was selected as the Muhammad Ali Kentucky Humanitarian for his work providing solutions to the world’s water crisis.
Tanvi Girotra - Confidence
Girotra leads the Becoming I Foundation creating a network of volunteers to help with education, women empowerment, life skills and more.
Muhammed Kisirisa - Conviction
Kisirisa formed Action for Fundamental Change and Development to help mitigate the impacts of HIV/AIDS and ending poverty.
Craig Kielburger - Dedication
Kielburger founded Free-The-Children at 12 years old, creating a network for children to help other children succeed.
Nicholas Lowinger - Giving
Lowinger established the Gotta Have Sole Foundation in 2010 in an effort to give them new, properly fitting footwear.
Zachary Certner - Respect
Certner co-founded a nonprofit organization that conducts free sports clinics for children with special needs and provides sensitivity training.
Zahra Mahmoodi - Spirituality
Mahmoodi fights for gender equality in all aspects of Afghan society by promoting women’s sports and raising the profile of Afghan women.