Deniz, Yunus, Utku and Mina are from Turkey. With the Holman Prize, they would take the Trans-Siberian Express from Moscow to Beijing and create a documentary about it to inspire blind children to travel independently.
Trevor is a rock climber, snowboarder, and mountaineer. He would use the Holman Prize to team up blind civilians and wounded veterans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and connect with disabled children in Tanzania.
Elif coedits a Turkish magazine about disability. She would use the Holman Prize to start a nonprofit that produces educational materials for blind children and blind parents in Turkey.
Matt is a two-time world champion in para-surfing. He would use the Holman Prize to run surfing workshops for blind children and youth all over the world.
Terri is a writer, disability rights advocate and a marathon runner. She would use the Holman Prize to form Project Runstoppable, a program that empowers blind children through a running curriculum.