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Closed 01/07/2022
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Event: 2022 Ringer for the MACC Fund, on 28 April 2022
Closed on 01/07/2022
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The MACC Fund, in partnership with The Bog Golf Course, is pleased to announce the 5th Annual playing of The Ringer will take place on April 28th, 2022!

The name The Ringer is symbolic of a child going through the unthinkable journey of battling cancer. Upon the completion of a successful childhood cancer or blood disorder treatment protocol, children are given the chance to physically RING THE BELL, a bell which hangs from the wall in the MACC Fund Center at Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin; to signify they have BEAT their cancer or blood disorder.

The Ringer is a 100-holes of golf marathon (all players play 100 holes in a single day) event to raise significant dollars for childhood cancer and blood disorders research. Each participant is tasked with a lofty peer-to-peer fundraising goal as part of their participation ($7,500 / player). In just four short years, thanks to the efforts of our participants and their generous donors, the Ringer has raised over $580,000 for research for childhood cancer and blood disorders!

Food, beverages, hand-warmers (if necessary), and a tee gift package of TaylorMade Golf products that rivals most events will be provided to our participants day of the event. If youd like to participate in the Ringer, sponsor a golfer, or purchase a sponsor package for the event, please contact Mike Bielawski at the MACC Fund at or at 414.339.3366. We look forward to April 28th, 2022 for the annual playing of The Ringer.

*To participate, ALL players MUST be confirmed by Mike Bielawski prior to fundraising*

About the charity

The MACC Fund, Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, Inc., is a charitable organization formed in 1976 to support research into the effective treatment and cure of childhood cancer and blood disorders. Cancer is the leading disease-related cause of death in children after the newborn period.

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