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These Purpose Prize winners — a handful of the extraordinary individuals awarded the Purpose Prize between 2006 and 2015 — remind us that there are no age limits to leaving your mark.
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Ysabel Duron, Latinas Contra Cancer, 2013 winner
Jamal Joseph, IMPACT Repertory Theater, 2015 winner
Pamela Cantor, M.D, Turnaround for Children, Inc., 2014 winner
Susan Burton, A New Way of Life Reentry Project, 2012 winner
Charles Fletcher, SpiritHorse International, 2014 winner
Mauricio Lim Miller, Family Independence Initiative, 2014 Purpose Prize winner
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