news > AARP Bulletin Reports on The Purpose Prize

An Episcopal priest and a former judge. A journalist and an artistic director. A doctor and an advocate for impoverished women. They’re the winners of the 2015 Purpose Prize, which recognizes people over age 60 who combine passion and experience to find new ways to solve tough social problems.

The prize, announced Nov. 13 by the nonprofit, will award a total of $225,000 to the recipients, selected by a jury that included such notables as Michael Eisner, Sidney Poitier, Arianna Huffington, Jane Pauley and AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins.

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