New York City FC defender Jeb Brovsky has been nominated for the Beyond Sport Awards in recognition of his off-the-field efforts in the community.
Brovsky is an ambassador to the Homeless World Cup and is the founder of Peace Pandemic, a foundation that utilizes youth soccer camps to promote non-violence and social justice.
Beyond Sport is a global organization that promotes, develops and supports the use of sport to create positive social change across the world. Since 2009, Beyond Sport has awarded over 150 projects for their innovations and impact through sport.
Brovsky has been honored for his community efforts in the past, being named MLS WORKS Humanitarian of the Month in March 2013 and July 2011. He was a finalist for the 2013 MLS WORKS Humanitarian of the Year Award as well.
Brovsky, who founded Peace Pandemic while attending the University of Notre Dame, has made 15 appearances (12 starts) in his debut season with New York City FC.
The winners of all the Beyond Sport Awards, supported by Comic Relief, receive global recognition, a package of substantial business and strategic support, and exclusive access to partnership and media opportunities. The winners of the Community Awards also receive funding alongside the official Beyond Sport Business Support Package, with the aim of enabling them to move forward and become fully sustainable in the future.