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Empowering Young Leaders
To Build A Better World

Announcing THE 2022 Awardees

Jonah Bard | Benjamin Barkoff | Ariel Beck | Gideon Buddenhagen | Matthew Casertano | Amelia Fortgang | Robbie Khazan | Sienna Nazarian | Evan Nied | Hailey Richman | Cameron Samuels | Anna Siegel | Lindsay Sobel | Sophie Wolters | Dylan Zajac


Each Year, The Helen Diller Family Foundation Awards $36,000

to each of fifteen Jewish U.S. teens for exceptional leadership and engagement in initiatives making the world a better place.

Seeking Teen Leaders Who...

show significant initiative and leadership in creating and leading a new initiative — or have considerably deepened or expanded an existing project — that embodies the values of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world.

2021 Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awardees

Applications for 2023 Awards will open in September, 2022

All candidates must be:
Serving in a leadership role on a project aimed at repairing the world
13-19 years old
Self-identified as Jewish
Resident of the United States
Volunteering without compensation



Tikkun Olam is a central Jewish precept which means “to repair the world.”