Los Angeles- The 11th Annual LadyLike Foundation Women of Excellence Luncheon showcased a lot of celebrities that supported young women that are doing important things in the world.
The Foundation puts a spotlight on education, empower and inspire young girls living in underprivileged communities around the Greater Los Angeles area and just making sure that people are aware that you are not your environment and you could make a positive change in the world.
“Funds raised at the 11thAnnual LadyLike Foundation Women of Excellence Luncheon will enable LadyLike Foundation to provide scholarships to college-bound young ladies from the inner city of Los Angeles, as well as continue their international and local programs. In 2018, the foundation was able to provide four $5000 rewards to a group of deserving scholars to continue to pursue their education,” said a representative from the foundation.
Some of the celebrities that came out to support the foundation was P.Diddy, Vanessa Williams, Sugar Ray Leonard, and Quincy Brown to name a few.
Check below to see all of the photos from the event.
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