Beliefnet's Nominates Individuals For "Most Inspiring Person of the Year" Award
Beliefnet, the largest online resource for inspiration and spirituality, launched its annual “Most Inspiring Person of the Year” award campaign November 1, 2011. The award recognizes outstanding achievement for individuals whose actions inspire others around the world.
Two winners will be selected from the nominees list. One will be determined by the Beliefnet Readers and the other by the Beliefnet Editors. This year ten nominees have been chosen:
· Alice Pyne, a 15 year-old cancer victim from the United Kingdom who inspired the world with her Twitter bucket list goal of making everyone a bone marrow donor.
· Brryan Jackson, whose father injected him with AIDs-infected blood as a ploy to dodge child support payments, has shown no trace of HIV for the past two years and hopes to eradicate the disease through his nonprofit organization, Hope Is Vital (H.I.V.).