The third annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards took place on Sept. 19, 2015.
Belafonte earned the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Lifetime Achievement Award for his efforts in overturning racial barriers around the world.
Davis was named the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year for her advocacy of gender equality in the media.
Dr. Andrew Moore
Moore received the Muhammad Ali Kentucky Humanitarian of the Year award for efforts in healthcare for individuals who wouldn't have it otherwise.
Mapendo’s advocacy for worth and empowerment for women and girls earned her the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award for Gender Equality.
Kyla Lapointe - Confidence
LaPointe was honored as a leading advocate for promoting support that will benefit youth who are part of the child welfare system.
Hadiqa Bashir - Conviction
Bashir’s mission is to empower disenfranchised girls in rural regions of Pakistan and to eliminate socioeconomic inequality.
Christopher Ategeka - Dedication
Ategeka's organization manufactures locally sourced ambulances to improve medical access and economic opportunities to those most vulnerable.
Veronika Scott - Giving
Scott created a system to empower homeless women who are paid to produce coats for people living on the streets.
Sasha Fisher - Respect
Fisher, the co-founder of Spark MicroGrants, enables remote villages in east Africa to design and launch their own social impact projects.
Tanyella Evans - Spirituality
Evans co-founded Library For All, an organization that offers a digital library platform making quality educational resources available.