Pictured back left to right are Lance Weiss (Board Member of Adam’s Angels), Courtney Mason (Brenham ISD Coordinator of Community Engagement), Manny Galvan-Sanchez (Father of Dahila), Donna Culliver (Founder of Adam’s Angels), Alesia Whaley (Awareness Board Member of Adam's Angels), and Tylor Chaplin (Brenham ISD Superintendent).
Pictured front left to right are Lia Weiss, Felis Galvan-Sanchez (Dahlia’s brother), and Corbin Galvan-Sanchez (Dahlia’s brother). Photo courtesy of Brenham ISD Facebook.

Brenham ISD hosted a blood drive Tuesday to honor a local resident.  Brenham ISD partnered with Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center Tuesday to host a blood drive in honor of local resident, Dahlia Naomi Galvan-Sanchez. Dahlia is three years old, and has been diagnosed with a serious blood disorder and will soon be undergoing a bone marrow transplant.  Not only was Dahlia diagnosed with the disorder, but her father, Manuel Galvan-Sanchez, has been raising her and her two older brothers by himself.  Adam's Angels has been providing physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual care for Dahlia and her family and played an important role in community awareness and coordinating the blood drive.

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