The InPower Women Philanthropy Circle 1st 2012 beneficiary: DASHDC.ORG
02/29/2012

InPower Women, a network of high-achieving professional women has selected the District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) as its primary beneficiary in launching the InPower Women’s Philanthropy Circle.

Online PR News – 29-February-2012 – – InPower Women, a network of high-achieving professional women has selected the District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) as its primary beneficiary in launching the InPower Women’s Philanthropy Circle.

“DASH embodies the principles of InPower in the unique and powerful way it helps women and their families out of abusive situations,” said Dana Theus, Founder of InPower Women. “Power grows from the inside out. In using this philosophy to provide housing in ways that not only keep women safe, but help them rebuild their lives, including their credit records, DASH is making a huge difference and helping more women stay away from their abusers.

InPower Women is raising money to support DASH’s upcoming Awards Luncheon on March 28, 2012, which will honor the following individuals as “Allies in Change”: Jamila Larson, Executive Direct of The Homeless Children’s Playtime Project; Andre3w Lazerow, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP; Heather Burns & Kathleen Maloy, Live to Give Charitable Trust; Gustavo Velasquez, Director and Alexis Taylor, General Counsel, DC Office of Human Rights; Paul Aguggia, Partner, Townsend, LLP; Julie Hamre, Volunteer; and Jim Graham, Ward 1 Councilmember, DC City Council.
“I’m so honored to have the support of InPower Women,” said Peg Hacskaylo. “Women are extraordinarily powerful, resilient and strong and we love the idea of creating ties between women of all socio-economic groups.”

For more information about how to contribute to DASH through the InPower Women’s Philanthropy Circle, visit: www.InPowerWomen.com/philanthropy.

About InPower Women & the Philanthropy Circle: InPower Women is rewriting the narrative on women and power, inspiring, educating and enabling high-achieving women to reclaim their personal power, the critical first step to helping them obtain and maintain positions of external power and responsibility. Our Philanthropy Circle ensures support to causes which follow the InPower philosophy, to find opportunities to give financially and in other ways that fit their busy schedules and to network with other InPower Women while doing so. Learn more: www.InPowerWomen.com.

About the District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH): The District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) was founded in 2006 to provide relief to survivors of domestic and sexual violence, through emergency and long-term safe housing, and innovative homelessness prevention services. In less than four years, we have helped to transform how safe housing is operated and accessed throughout the District, and we have grown to become the city’s largest dedicated housing provider for victims of violence and their children. Learn more: www.dashdc.org.