Tulane Cancer Center Events

Cancer Crusaders Mardi Gras BINGO BASH

Cancer Crusaders BINGO BASH


Mark your calendars! You won't want to miss the Cancer Crusaders Mardi Gras Bingo Bash, being held at Chateau Golf & Country Club, 3600 Chateau Blvd., Kenner, on Tuesday, February 6, 2024.

In addition to bingo, this fun and festive cancer research fundraiser features lunch, a cash bar, and higher-end raffles. And, of course, no Mardi Gras-themed event would be complete without a costume contest! SO, get your tickets right away and start planning your winning ensemble.

Bingo Bash tickets cost $60 each and are available online here beginning at 2 p.m. on December 5. But get yours early! They only have seating for 300 guests and this event sold out quickly last year.

Sponsorships are available for $1,000 each, providing the first 10 seats at a premium table.

Cancer Crusaders is a local non-profit, all volunteer organization that has been raising funds for cancer research in the New Orleans area since 1976. Believing fervidly in their motto – The Answer to Cancer is Research – this group hosts several fundraisers in addition to the Bingo Bash each year – the Cancer Crusaders Golf Tournament; the Seersucker & Sass Summer Gala; and their signature event, the Annual Celebration of Life Luncheon, which honors local cancer survivors who are making a difference in the community.

Since their founding, the organization has raised over $4.4 million, which has been split equally between the cancer research programs at Tulane and LSU.

Join them at the Bingo Bash – or any of their other amazing events – and help them to continue making a difference in the search for cures.

New Orleans Pelicans Game to Benefit Cancer Crusaders

Join the Cancer Crusaders on Thursday, February 22, at 7 PM, when the New Orleans Pelicans take on the Houston Rockets at the Smoothie King Center and a portion of your ticket price will benefit cancer research.

Tickets start at just $25 each and can be purchased by scanning the QR code below or visiting https://pels.group/CancerCrusaders.

Cancer Crusaders – a non-profit, all volunteer organization with no administrative overhead – was founded in 1976 to raise funds for cancer research in the New Orleans area. The group has raised approximately $4.3 million since its incorporation in 1978, and these funds have been split equally between the cancer research programs at Tulane and LSU.

The Pelicans are also offering discounted parking in the Smoothing King Center that evening at a special group rate. Parking information is also available through the QR code or website.

Questions? Contact Eric Morris at 504-593-4880 or eric.morris@pelicans.com.

See you February 22 at the SKC! GO PELS!