The MACC Fund celebrates its 40th Anniversary. The secret to the MACC Fund’s success over the past 40 years has been and will always be the generous people who tirelessly work to help us raise funds to critical research for childhood cancer and related blood disorders.
Since founding in 1976, the MACC Fund has contributed over $45 MILLION DOLLARS to childhood cancer and related blood disorder research. The contributions made have played a significant role in helping develop new cures and treatments, raising the five-year survival rate from 20% to 80% today.
The MACC Fund’s first success story, Brett Doucette, beat the odds. Today, Brett is healthy and happily married.