The 34th annual Couture for a Cure luncheon will be here before we know it, but there’s still time to get involved! Share an afternoon of fashion and fantasy with Women for MACC on November 1 at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee. Surround yourself in an enchanted forest setting full of magic and whimsy, complete with a feast and the fantastic silent auction and wine pull you’ve come to expect from this premier event.
Although the event is drawing near, there is still time to get involved! Join our group of elite sponsors, secure a table for yourself and your closest friends or coworkers, or get your personal ticket to the event. We are also finalizing the inventory for the silent auction and wine pull this month, so if you would like to donate something special, please do so today. It’s so easy to get involved – visit the online event page for more information and to get started now!
Be sure to visit this year’s event on Facebook for informative updates, fun details and other facts about the 34th annual Couture for a Cure luncheon. Thank you for supporting our efforts to give children with cancer the chance to live happily ever after!
Join the Brewers on Sunday, September 25 as the club hosts its first-ever Give-Back Game at Miller Park – the Brewers will donate ticket proceeds from their final home game of the season to four local charities. As part of this special event, fans will have the opportunity to secure tickets to the Crew’s match-up with the Reds in exchange for a donation to a charity of their choosing. Check out the full details here to learn how you can get involved.
One of the selected charities you can choose is Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (which WMACC supports through its efforts all year long). Since it’s inception in 1976, the MACC Fund has contributed over $57 million toward pediatric cancer and blood disorder research and treatment. They truly are leading the fight against childhood cancer with cutting-edge research and care that is impacting children not only throughout the state of Wisconsin, but all over the globe.
In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, WMACC will be doing a series of social media posts, including facts and stories / photos from the eyes of families who have been through it, showing what childhood cancer REALLY looks like.
The following is our first family post. Stay tuned on Facebook throughout the rest of the month for more…
Cancer is so much more than meets the eye. Gavin was 3 years old during the hardest, most brutal phases of his 3.5 years of treatment. Today, thankfully, he is a happy, healthy first grader!
Thank you to everyone that made our 2nd Annual Nine, Wine and Dine such an amazing event!
Look for an update on the success of the event in the October newsletter – in the meantime, enjoy a glimpse of the fun that was had!