Eva Longoria: Community Service Award Recipient at 26th Annual Hispanic Heritage Awards
Getting ready to add another piece of hardware to her already-impressive collection, Eva Longoria attended the 26th annual Hispanic Heritage Awards in Washington, D.C. on Thursday (September 5).
Held at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the "Desperate Housewives" actress stunned in a black, strapless gown as she accepted her Community Service Award.
While there, Longoria struck a pose with the mascot for retail giant Target, who sponsored this year's shindig. Taking to Twitter, Eva wrote, "So nice to meet you Bullseye! We're on the Red Carpet for @HHFoundation Hispanic Heritage Awards by @Target"
Per the organization's website, "The Hispanic Heritage Awards were established in 1987 by President Ronald Reagan to commemorate the creation of Hispanic Heritage Month. Since that time, the Hispanic Heritage Awards have honored top Latino leaders in various categories for their impact on America and the world."