The Milwaukee Bucks will play the Washington Wizards in the 36th annual Bucks MACC Fund Game on Saturday, October 20 at 7:30 pm at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks will host a pregame Kidsfest from 5:30 – 7 pm in the upper concourse of the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Kidsfest is free with a game ticket.
The Bucks will also host a Silent Auction with all proceeds benefiting the MACC Fund during the game. The auction will be located outside of Section 226 and will run through the end of halftime. The items include a Monta Ellis “meet and greet” plus tickets to a game to be determined, a Brandon Jennings autographed jersey, a Don Nelson autographed Hall of Fame basketball, an Aaron Rodgers autographed football, an Energee Dance Team “meet and greet” plus tickets to a game to be determined plus other autographed memorabilia.
Full List of Auction Items:
- Monta Ellis Meet & Greet Package – includes (4) Palermo’s Courtside Club tickets to a game TBD
- Brandon Jennings Autographed Jersey
- Luc Richard Mbah a Moute Autographed Shoes
- Larry Sanders Autographed Game-Worn 2010-11 Warm-Up Jersey
- Don Nelson Autographed Hall of Fame Basketball
- Aaron Rodgers Autographed Football
- Energee Meet & Greet Package – includes (4) Palermo’s Courtside Club tickets to a mutually agreeable game
- Brunch for (2) at the Bucks Training Facility on October 28 – talk basketball with a Bucks VIP during brunch at 9 AM and then watch a private practice from 10-Noon
- Bucks luggage set – includes Bucks logoed briefcase, travel bag, garment carry-on, and portfolio
- Bucks kid package – variety of Bucks kids items, gear, and autographs
- One John Axford official MLB autographed baseball
- Two (2) Field Level Tickets to Milwaukee Brewers Opening Day, April 1, 2013 Brewers vs. Colorado
- 2012 Brewers Bobblehead collection including: Bob Uecker, Aramis Ramirez, Nyjer Morgan and the Italian Racing Sausage
Tickets for the game range from $9 to $94. Tickets are available at the Bucks ticket office in the BMO Harris Bradley Center, at Ticketmaster.com, by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-4-NBA-TIX or on game day at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Plus all upper level tickets have been discounted to $10... Click to Buy
The MACC Fund started during a Milwaukee Bucks game in 1976 when Jon McGlocklin’s Bucks jersey number was retired. McGlocklin co-founded the MACC Fund with Bucks broadcaster Eddie Doucette shortly after Doucette’s young son Brett was diagnosed with leukemia. Brett, the MACC Fund’s first “success story,” is married and lives in California. The Bucks were the first major sponsor of the MACC Fund.
Proceeds of the Bucks MACC Fund Game – which total in excess of $1.3 million since 1977 -support research at the Medical College of Wisconsin in the MACC Fund Research Center, in the MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and at the University of Wisconsin’s Carbone Cancer Center in the MACC Fund Childhood Cancer Research Wing of the Wisconsin Interdisciplinary Medical Research Center and in the MACC Fund Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.
Since its inception, the MACC Fund has contributed $42 million for pediatric cancer and blood disorder research for diseases like aplastic anemia and sickle cell. The overall cure rate for childhood cancer has risen from 20% to 80% during this time with the MACC Fund’s support playing an important role in that progress.