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CAG Grants Holiday Wishes for Children in Need with Azleway


The Cynthia A. Guillory Foundation (CAG) is working with Azleway Children’s Services to spread some holiday cheer by donating toys to Houston kids in need. The toys from the Cynthia A. Guillory Foundation are part of its Christmas Giving Tree program, and will benefit children at two Azleway foster group homes.

“CAG shares Azleway’s commitment to supporting local youth,” shared Khaliah Guillory, Co-Founder of the Cynthia A. Guillory Foundation. “We encourage our network of supporters to give to this particular cause, because we want to help ensure that these kids have a wonderful holiday season.” This is the second year the Cynthia A. Guillory Foundation has teamed up with Azleway.

On Saturday, Azleway Children’s Services will host its annual holiday party. “The partnership of CAG, businesses and individuals is critical to providing a brighter Christmas for these children,” said Chester Amidon Jr., Director of Azleway Children’s Services. “Regardless of how traumatic or chaotic their home life was, it is difficult for the children to be away from their birth families during the holidays. Thanks to the generosity of those like CAG, Christmas morning will be a time of hope and joy.”

Join CAG and Azleway in making holiday wishes come true. To find out how to help, contact Azleway Children’s Services at 281.446.8038 or CAG at 281.217.3155.

About Azleway Children’s Services

Within Texas, Azleway has an extensive history of serving at-risk children. Azleway Children’s Services provides foster family and foster group homes to approximately 500 children and youth from birth to graduation. While some of the children ultimately return to their birth families, others will gain forever families through the organization’s adoption program. Azleway is a 501(c)(3) approved nonprofit. For more information, visit

About the Cynthia A. Guillory Foundation

The Cynthia A. Guillory Foundation was established in memory of Cynthia A. Guillory, who lost her life due to Lou Gehrig’s disease in 2002. The organization works to increase awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) within the community, while providing support to individuals and families in need. Please visit for the latest news and in depth information.


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