The MACC Monthly
November 2020
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Cheri's Legacy
A Family Tradition
In 1988, Cheri Amore was diagnosed with ALL at just 3 years old. That was the same year the Amores received their first TMJ4 MACC*Star and began collecting. This tradition became even more meaningful when Cheri designed the 1998 MACC*Star. After Cheri's passing, this holiday tradition became a way to honor her legacy.
 
An Event Truly
Designed to Inspire
Article ImageWomen for MACC has been hosting Couture for a Cure for the past 38 years to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer & related blood disorders research. As a result of the ongoing pandemic, the event had to become virtual and Designed to Inspire was born. Learn more about the newest Women for MACC event.
How One Diagnosis Changed Four Lives
Supersibs Series
Article ImageA childhood cancer diagnosis takes a toll on every member of the family. In this personal blog, the Thielitz siblings share how their brother Benny's diagnosis when he was 6 years old changed each of their lives and their family.
 
 
MACCetera
#GivingTuesday Nov 25th-Dec 1st
Article ImageIn this time of uncertainty, there’s a fundamental truth that gives us hope—together we can do amazing things. Join us for #GivingTuesday week beginning November 25th through December 1st as we share the story of one child's battle, a battle that too many children face, to make a difference.
 
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