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MACC Fund

Milwaukee, WI

The MACC Fund is a non-profit organization located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin – the home of the Milwaukee Bucks. In 1976, on the night of his retirement from the NBA, Jon McGlocklin announced the founding of Milwaukee Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, which would soon grow in ways he never expected and is now called Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer. In the 40+ years since its inception, the MACC Fund has raised over $62 million for childhood cancer research. MACC Fund originally approached The Digital Ring in need of a new website (check it out here) and has continued partnering with us on various marketing initiatives ever since.

Development: website design / development / API integrations / user experience / user interface / content creation / software integrations / wordpress / responsive design / CMS expertise / quality assurance / usability testing / front-end development / hosting and server management / landing page development

Strategy: messaging strategy / software consulting

Creative: logo design / graphic design

Social: campaign creation

Digital: search engine optimization

The folks at the Digital Ring have been a blessing to work with! Not only have they provided expert opinions and analysis of our digital marketing efforts, but they’ve been extremely reliable and timely in their efforts. They’ve consistently gone above and beyond to help the MACC Fund and we look forward to a long relationship with them.

Michael Bielawski, Development Officer

The Digital Ring has been a great addition to the MACC Fund’s marketing/communications efforts. As a nonprofit with a small staff, being able to count on The Digital Ring to help us in a creative, timely, professional and caring manner is very important. Their willingness to work in concert with us has produced impressive results and their introducing us to new ideas is invaluable in helping us raise funds to help children with cancer and blood disorders. They help the MACC Fund help kids 24/7/365 - and you can’t beat that.

John Cary, Executive Director