The Houston-based Allied Advocates Foundation raised more than $90,000 for cancer research May 2 through its Second Annual Clays on the Brazos sporting clay tournament at the Rio Brazos Hunting Preserve in Simonton, west of Houston.

Net proceeds will benefit Peach Outreach, a nonprofit organization that raises awareness about uterine cancer and other gynecological cancers.

The Allied Advocates Foundation is a charity organization created by five Texas attorneys who wanted to give back to the communities that supported their legal practices. The foundation’s primary purpose is to raise funds for local charities.

Last year’s inaugural Clays on the Brazos tournament raised more than $50,000 for Returning Heroes Home, an organization that supports wounded veterans and their families at Fort Sam Houston and Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.

To learn more about the foundation, visit

Pictured: Brant Stogner, Chelsie King Garza, and Daniel Horowitz, from left, participate in the Clays on the Brazos tournament. They are attorneys at the law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend, a sponsor of the event. Horowitz, firm partner, is a founding member of the Allied Advocates Foundation.