Saturday, March 18th, 2017

12th Annual Lympho-Maniac 70’s Gala
7pm – Midnight @ The River City Ballroom at Mardi Gras World

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WE DID IT... OVER $100,000 RAISED IN 2016!

This was record breaking fundraising year for our event! Thank you all for your hard work and support. Because of your efforts, we have rolled out our $1,000 grant program to benefit lower income families battling cancer. Thanks again for everything — good people… great cause… an amazing event!
— Chad Landry, Founder of New Orleans Lympho-Maniac Cancer Fund


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What is Lympho-Maniac?

This short video gives you all the info you need to know! Click here to find out how and why it all began.

2016 Party Promo

The 11th Annual New Orleans Lympho-Maniac Gala was held at the New Orleans Lakefront Airport.

2010 Party Promo

Chad Landry visits Don Trump, Jr. to endorse the 2010 party — in true Lympho-Maniac style!

Got What It Takes to Become a Lympho-Maniac?

The Three Degrees of Lympho-Mania:

Closet Lympho

Hiding something? If you donate $1000 or less, you are most certainly a Closet Lympho!

Every Day Lympho

Donating between $1000 and $2000 proves that you’re a fearless funk master all day, every day!

Raging Lympho-Maniac

Donate more than $2000, and whoa… look out…  you’re a walking disco inferno. Somebody better call the Village People, you sexy thang!

2016’s Goal: $100,000: Granting Wishes for Those in Need

All proceeds from the 2016 Lympho-Maniac Gala were directed to grants for lower income families who have someone being treated for cancer by an East Jefferson General Hospital physician. Cancer causes a financial hardship for those families, and these grants have lessened the burden by assisting with medical bills, medical travel, house notes, grocery bills, and more. Our fundraising goal this year was $100,000, and we did it! Please continue to donate to our cause!

75¢ of every dollar donated to the New Orleans Lympho-Maniac Cancer Fund goes to support local New Orleans Cancer projects, programs and services, including caring for the financial needs of those lower income families who have been impacted by Cancer.

Since 2003, New Orleans Lympho-Maniacs have donated more than $850,000 to fight cancer.