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2016 UNSTOPPABLE LEGACY AWARD
We were honored to present the first-ever Unstoppable Legacy Award to our dear friend and amazing supporter, Bob Proctor, at our 7th Annual Unstoppable Gala. Bob is a legendary figure in the world of personal development and he is synonymous with success and generosity.
For more than 55 years, he has focused his entire life around helping people create prosperous lives, develop rewarding relationships and expand their spiritual awareness. Bob’s legacy includes the millions of lives he’s touched through his teaching as well as the countless individuals who have been directly impacted by his generosity.
Bob’s been a dear friend and supporter of the Unstoppable Foundation from the very beginning. As Chairman and Co-Founder of the Proctor Gallagher Institute (PGI), along with Sandy Gallagher, their generous partnership with the Unstoppable Foundation has been immeasurable.
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2016 UNSTOPPABLE ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
We are honored to present this year’s Unstoppable Achievement Award to Chris Mburu.
For Chris Mburu, the opportunity to make something out of his life would have ended as a young, rural Kenya student, if not for a small act of kindness by Hilde Back, a holocaust survivor who paid for his education.
Mburu went on to graduate from Harvard Law School and become a human rights lawyer for the United Nations.
The astonishing story of Hilde and Chris is captured in the award-winning 2010 film, “A Small Act”, but it is Mburu’s pay it forward initiative that is causing a shift in Kenyan society.
Inspired by Hilde’s generosity, in 2001 he started a scholarship program to help other bright Kenyan students who couldn’t afford school fees and to name the scholarship program after her.
To date, the fund has provided more than 500 scholarships for students to attend and graduate from high school.
Mburu’s new campaign – education is a human right – is to get all children the free education they are entitled to.
Chris Mburu’s life is a powerful example of what an education makes possible and embodies that one child really can change the world.