The Kiwanis Angel Award was instituted as a community service award to an individual in the Palo Alto area who has had a significant, positive impact on children and youth in our community and beyond. The first recipient of the award was Robert Freeman, founder and executive director of One Dollar for Life. Christa Gannon, a graduate of Stanford Law School, was honored for her work as founder and executive director of Fresh Lifelines for Youth. Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) is dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence, crime, and incarceration of teens in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties.The Third Annual Kiwanis Angel Award honored Allan Berkowitz, Executive Director of Environmental Volunteers, which works to provide hands-on science and nature education through classroom-based programs, summer camps, and the EcoCenter at the Palo Alto Baylands. The Fourth Annual Kiwanis Angel Award Honored Barbara Sih Klausner, Executive Director of DreamCatchers; the organization provides tutoring and mentoring for at-risk middle school students in our community. The volunteer tutors include staff, Stanford students, high school students, and community volunteers.