The MACC Monthly
October 2020
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My Greatest Joy
Ali's Story
Alison “Ali” Verhaalen was an athletic, fun-loving, intelligent, healthy 9-year old girl, until one day she wasn’t. After exhibiting some concerning symptoms, doctors discovered that Ali had a glioma, a terminal brain tumor with no known cure. There was nothing more that the doctors could do; the Verhaalens would outlive their first-born child.Read Ali's full and impactful story shared by her mother Tricia by clicking below.
My Sister Had Cancer
Supersibs Series
Article ImageChildhood cancer affects everyone. It affects the parents, the child, but also the siblings. Elicia was in 4th grade when her sister was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. In this insightful and personal blog she shares how her family's journey changed her, and other supersibs like her.
Ways to Fundraise
For the MACC Fund
Article ImageHave you ever thought “I’d really like to host a fundraiser to benefit the MACC Fund” but are unsure of where to start? Perhaps overwhelmed by the idea of planning, executing, asking for donations, etc.?  You’re not alone and we're here to help!
Learn more by clicking the link below.
Miller Park Art Word
Article ImageLooking for a unique Milwaukee Brewers gift? Introducing Miller Park by Art of Words, featuring the handwritten names of every Brewer in history. Philadelphia artist Dan Duffy has created this unique piece in honor of the
Milwaukee Brewers
50th season. Available framed or unframed, this is the perfect gift for any fan! The best part? Every piece sold will benefit the MACC Fund in our fight against childhood cancer and related blood disorders.
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