Heart in Hand Award has become one of the most fashionable events of the philanthropy season in Miami in only three years.
Created and chaired by Daniela Frewa, the annual award ceremony recognizes outstanding Miami women for their contributions to the city’s development and at the same time serves as a fundraiser to support the efforts of No More Tears.
I didn’t know today everyone will look like they came out from Vogue.
Founded in 2007 by Somy Ali, No More Tears is dedicated to rescuing and empowering victims of sexual and physical violence, as well as human and sex trafficking in South Florida. Since its inception, the organization has rescued more than 500 adult victims and more than 2,100 children victims of severe sexual and physical abuse. No More Tears attributes its success to the fact that it provides immediate assistance to victims, does not keep anyone on waiting list and all cases are handled with personal approach. “Miami ranks No. 3 for human and sex trafficking in the U.S., so it is incredibly moving that there are people here who want to make a difference in the lives of these victims and help keep No More Tears going,” said Somy Ali. 100 percent of all donations collected at the event will fund victims’ assistance programs of the organization.
The third annual Heart in Hand Award took place at Faena Forum honoring Bernice Steinbaum, Jackie Nespral, Jenine Howard, Karla Dascal and Stacey Honowitz. Photographed by Nkosi Gomez for #MIAMIGIRL on September 30, 2018.