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The MACC Fund was founded in 1976 to raise critical funds for pediatric cancer and related blood disorders research. In its 45-year history, the MACC Fund has contributed over $79 million to research.

In 1976, the overall five-year survival rate for all types of childhood cancer was 20%. Today, the survival rate is over 80%, but most cancer survivors still face long-term effects and complications from treatment. This is what fuels the MACC Fund’s overarching goal to cure these diseases out of existence. We need your help to reach this goal. Every dollar counts in the fight against childhood cancer and related blood disorders.

We can’t thank you enough for your continued support for the Trek 100. We are so excited to be back in Waterloo this year riding together again!

THANK YOU for your support and for providing HOPE in the ongoing fight against childhood cancer.