MACC Fund Letter

Maggie, Family, John Cary
Left to right: Maggie's Mom, Maggie's Sister, Maggie's Dad, John Cary

The MACC Fund is grateful to Aaron and David for the chance to be part of this very special series. The children featured all got such a thrill to be part of it. They are symbolic of many children who battle cancer and blood disorders every day. Thanks to friends like Aaron and David who take the time to care, the children always have Hope. Thanks for helping the MACC Fund give every child a fighting chance.

Gratefully,

John Cary
Executive Director
www.maccfund.org

 

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Season 01

We have many favorite memories from season one of itsAaron.com: Aaron wearing Maggie’s cowboy hat, Dijon dominating Aaron in the football video game, and the very powerful conversation between Aaron and Brandon. Please take time to view these very important episodes from season one, and visit MACCFund.org to learn more about how you can make a difference in the lives of kids like Maggie, Dijon and Brandon.

  • Meet Maggie

    Meet Maggie

    Maggie was born almost 11 years ago with a tumor the size of a golf ball under her tongue. After many months of chemo therapy and difficult surgeries, Maggie is cancer free. She loves soccer, the Packers, and American Girl Dolls. She's also a talented artist.

  • Meet Dijon

    Meet Dijon

    Dijon is 12 years old, and he had sickle cell anemia until he was cured by a bonemarrow transplant from his little brother. His story is striking and he wants to share it. Well, Dijon, your favorite quatertack is at the door, and he's going to help you with that.

  • Meet Brandon

    Meet Brandon

    Brandon has wisdom for life. He's a quiet guy but he can say a lot about what it means to ‘never give up.’ When he was 12, he was diagnosed with Leukemia. He fought it with his parents and doctors, and eventually won, but it wasn't easy.

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