TODAY’S TMJ4 and the MACC Fund (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, Inc.) collaborated with Brandon Novack, a cancer survivor, to create this year’s TMJ4 MACC*Star. Designing the 2005 MACC*Star is Brandon’s way of supporting the MACC Fund’s fight against childhood cancer and offering hope to other children that they can become cancer survivors, too.
Net proceeds from the sale of the TMJ4 MACC*Star will raise important dollars for the fight against childhood cancer. This special holiday ornament represents hope and life to all children with cancer.
How to Order
The TMJ4 MACC*Star will be on sale for $10.00 at Quality Candy Shoppes and Buddy Squirrel Nut Shops while supplies last:
Quality Candy, Brookfield Square 262-782-2412
Quality Candy, Cudahy 414-769-6677
Quality Candy, Southridge 414-421-2095
Buddy Squirrel, East Town Mall, Madison 608-244-5151
Buddy Squirrel, Midvale, Madison 608-231-3620
Quality Candy, Mayfair 414-453-3390
Buddy Squirrel, Mayfair 414-257-3520
Buddy Squirrel, Grand Avenue 414-272-0097
Quality Candy, Bayshore 414-332-0975
Quality Candy, West Allis 414-771-5030
Buddy Squirrel, Racine 262-554-7151
Quality Candy, St. Francis 414-483-0639
About the Designer
Fifteen-year-old Brandon Novack, pictured above, is this year’s MACC*Star designer. He has benefited from MACC Fund supported research since he was diagnosed in December, 2002 with acute lymphoblastic t-cell leukemia. Brandon is a sophmore at Cedar Grove-Belgium High School in Cedar Grove.
Brandon is one huge sports fan!! He enjoys playing and watching sports but likes attending sporting events even more. He also likes country music, the computer and watching movies, especially if they have a sports theme.
About TODAY’S TMJ4
TODAY’S TMJ4 has been a proud sponsor of the MACC Fund and their fight against childhood cancer. Brandon worked with the television station’s graphic arts department in designing the MACC*Star. Look for Brandon to appear in public service announcements aired exclusively on TODAY’S TMJ4 throughout November and December.
The primary beneficiary of MACC Fund support is the Midwest Children’s Cancer Center. Research is conducted in the MACC Fund Research Center of the Medical College of Wisconsin, and at the University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center in Madison. The MACC Fund has contributed nearly $24 million for pediatric cancer research. Those generous donations have helped yield significant advances in overall cure rates to 75% with some as high as 90% with previously deadly cancers.
Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, Inc.
10000 Innovation Dr. #135
Milwaukee, WI 53226
Toll Free: 1-800-248-8735