The Center for Family Solutions is seeking nominations for its men and women of the year awards to be presented April 19 during the center's annual meeting and dinner.
All nominations for the award must be submitted to the center by March 29.
This year, as the center honors those men and women who have contributed to the quality of life in the Valley, it will celebrate 25 years of service in the Imperial Valley.
The agency, previously known as WomanHaven, was founded in 1977 as a shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children.
The agency has expanded to offer a number of services, all meant to reduce domestic violence, deal with anger issues in both adults and youths and still provide a safe haven for those hurt by violence.