Caring for kids with cancer
Finding out your child has cancer is one of the hardest things a parent can go through. Every day parents place their trust in the cancer and blood disorder specialists in the MACC Fund Center at Children’s Wisconsin.
Those children, over 3,000 every year, are in the best of hands — with a nationally ranked medical and research team working together to provide the best treatment plan, the best long-term health care strategy and the most supportive and compassionate whole-family care.
Every year, thousands of kids come to our MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
This care is made possible by our philanthropic partners
The MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is supported by our most committed allies — the MACC Fund, Northwestern Mutual, Gold In September (G9) and a host of grateful patient family foundations — all dedicated to helping end pediatric cancer.
The MACC Fund has been supporting critical research for over 40 years that drives better treatment and outcomes for children battling cancer.
Northwestern Mutual supported the creation of a day hospital within the MACC Fund Center at Children’s Wisconsin that delivers relief, comfort and distraction from the difficulties of treatments.
G9 is a childhood cancer non-profit dedicated to growing awareness, inspiring action and raising research funds to help every child, everywhere, until cures for cancer are found.
We are deeply grateful to these organizations for their gifts of care and commitment, and to the countless benefactors who join in generous support of our mission to help children and families affected by childhood cancer and blood disorders… until we find a cure.