Adam's Angels Ministry is Goin' Gold for Childhood Cancer
Unless you've faced the challenges of having a child with cancer, it is almost impossible to comprehend the devastation families experience. Just ask Donna and Tim Culliver. In January 2003, they lost their four-year old son, Adam, to Acute Myelogenous Leukemia. The Culliver's know the day-to-day realities of what families must learn to cope with from their own personal tragedy. Juggling emotional and spiritual pain with family and financial obligations is overwhelming. Adam’s Angels Ministry provides care and comfort through physical, emotional, financial, and spiritual support to children and their families facing childhood cancer in Washington, Austin, Lee, Waller, Grimes, Burleson, Fayette, and Brazos County.
Adam’s Angels Ministry, founded by Donna and Tim Culliver, has been helping children diagnosed with childhood cancer and their families for almost 20 years. Serving on the Board of Directors of Adam’s Angels Ministry is Tim Culliver, Founder/President, Donna Culliver, Founder/Secretary, Alesia Whaley, Vice President, Fundraising and Awareness, James Fritz, Treasurer, Eshanna Hemphill, Assistant Secretary, Heather Thielemann, Education and Public Speaking, Pamela Richardson, Church Outreach, Cherry Fratus, Christmas Party & Summer Surprise Party Chair, Lance Weiss, Awareness and Amanda Fathauer.
During the month of September, Adam’s Angels Ministry is Goin’ Gold for Childhood Cancer. This is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and represents an annual opportunity for supporters nationwide to focus on and raise awareness of the challenges of childhood cancer, the leading cause of death by disease of America’s children. The metallic gold ribbon is the symbol of childhood cancer awareness, representing our children as follows: It is a precious metal, as our children are precious; It is the flame of hope; It is the purity of our children’s hearts.
In Honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Washington County Judge, John Durenberger, and Commissioner’s Court proclaimed September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in Washington County, Texas at its Commissioner’s Court Meeting on Tuesday, August 30, 2022. On September 1, 2022, Brenham Mayor Tate, and the City Council will Proclaim September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in Brenham, Texas.
Brenham Independent School District and Adam’s Angels Ministry are partnering together for a Blood Drive on September 20, 2022, starting at 7:30 a.m., at Pride Academy, located at 1301 S. Market St., Brenham, Texas. For more information about the Blood Drive, contact Courtney Mason, BISD Community Engagement Coordinator (979) 277-3700, Ext. 3719 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may be asking, “How can I help?” here are a few ways to become involved: Become an Angel Helper Volunteer, Adopt-A-Family for Christmas, host an event or mission project to raise funds to assist families, make a financial contribution to Adam’s Angels Ministry. For more information, please contact Adam’s Angels Ministry at call (979) 836-0955 or visit www.AdamsAngelsMinistry.org