The second annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards took place on Sept. 29, 2014.
Brown was presented the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Lifetime Achievement Award for standing up for equality and against injustice.
Eberling was named Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year for developing groundbreaking technology that benefits humanity on a global scale.
Sarandon earned the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Global Citizenship for her charitable work and serving as a UNICEF ambassador.
Common received the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Education for his philanthropic work in empowering and developing disadvantaged youth.
Robert and Deborah Blair
The Blairs received the Muhammad Ali Kentucky Humanitarian Award as founders of the West End School in Louisville, a free college prep school.
Jessica Matthews - Confidence
Matthews is the co-founder of Uncharted Play, Inc., an organization with a mission on changing the world through everyday play.
Mario Andres Hurtado Cardozo - Conviction
Cardozo publicly declared himself a conscientious objector and started using art as a form of resistance, promoting rights for young people.
Kennedy Odede - Dedication
Odede is the founder of Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO), combating extreme poverty and gender inequality within Nairobi, Kenya.
Talia Leman - Giving
Leman is the founder of RandomKid, a non-profit organization that leverages the power of youth to solve problems in the world.
Sejal Hathi - Respect
Hathi is the co-founder of Girltank, a hybrid social enterprise incubating the most innovative female entrepreneurs globally.
Matsura Rashid - Spirituality
Rashid is the founder of The Nasi Lemak Project in Malaysia, which helps feed homeless youth and creates educational programs for the urban poor.