July 20, 2017
Quadvest Supports Local Youth Through Donation to Angel Reach
THE WOODLANDS, Texas - In support of local youth, Quadvest has donated $10,000 to support the programs led by Angel Reach. Angel Reach offers a multitude of resources to at-risk children and youth including a Transitional Living Program which offers young people ages 18 to 24 who have aged out of foster care a safe, temporary residence which includes housing as they transition into society, and a Kinship Care Program which assists kinship placement families with their day-to-day living needs.
Angel Reach has been dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth in the foster care system since its founding in 2004. The organization recently launched a new focus on the homeless youth population as a whole in addition to children and youth living in and transitioning out of the foster and kinship care systems.
“We are humbled by the work that Angel Reach does in our community,” Quadvest President Simon Sequeira said. “We believe that part of running our business includes being dedicated to providing support to our neighbors. When we saw an opportunity to help support Angel Reach, we did not hesitate.”
You can help support Angel Reach through their gently used clothing and furniture shop, Shared Treasures, or by volunteering for one of their many outreach programs. Monetary and material donations can be made by visiting their website at www.angelreach.org
Quadvest Water and Sewer Utility has been a Montgomery staple for nearly 40 years. Founded by Gary Sequeira and his father-in-law, Odell Vaught, the company is an independently owned utility providing service to more than 50 communities. Gary Sequeira is an avid second-generation Houstonian. Of his five children and 12 grandchildren, three children currently work at Quadvest continuing the heritage of family owned commitment and pride. His son, Simon Sequeira is the current President of Quadvest.