Eva Longoria Stars at YWCA Gala

YWCA U.S.A. CEO Dara Richardson-Heron, Patty Stonesifer, Commander Zoe Dunning (retired), Eva Longoria and Sharon Love.
Kelley Hudak
YWCA U.S.A. CEO Dara Richardson-Heron, Patty Stonesifer, Commander Zoe Dunning (retired), Eva Longoria and Sharon Love.

The Second Annual YWCA U.S.A. Women of Distinction Awards Gala at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill June 7 honored five women who serve as role models for women and girls around the world: Sharon Love, mother of Yeardley Love, Patty Stonesifer, Commander Zoe Dunning, Victoria Dinges of Allstate and actress and activist Eva Longoria, who received the Dorothy Height Racial Justice Award. The event was emceed by Cynné Simpson of ABC7/WJLA-TV. The YWCA, also known as the Young Women’s Christian Association, is the largest provider of battered women’s shelters and domestic violence services in the country, serving more than 500,000 women and children annually. Allstate Insurance was also recognized for its domestic violence awareness programs and pledged to double the amount of YWCAs in the program.

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