With your minimum donation of $25 to attend the Purple Pants Party on November 2, you will enjoy beverages and food at no additional cost from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Food and Beverages vendors include:
- Abita Beer
- Acme Oyster House
- Ernst Cafe
- Labella's Catering
- Mr. Mud Bugs
- Phyllis Jordan Coffee
- Pralines by Jean
- Tito's Vodka
Additionally, there will be the oportuntiy to bid on item during the Silent Auction.
Silent Auction items includes
- Vibrant Life - Total Health Consulting package
- Ultimate Limo Ride
- Generation by Knoll office chair
- English Turn Golf Package
- One to One Personal Training package
- Blue Dot Chicago Media Center
- Pelicans Floor Tickets & Parking Pass
- Massage & Pilates package
- Christopher Poche West print
- "Owl Pair in a Tree" painting
- Sheraton Hotel package
- Cypress Fitness Training
- Blues Jean Bar Shopping Spree
- Blue Dog Print
All proceeds from both of these events will also go towards pancreatic research efforts in the local community. To learn more about where the money goes, click here.
When & Where
Ian G. Thompson Foundation
The Ian G. Thompson Foundation was founded in honor of Ian G. Thompson who passed away from pancreatic cancer December 30, 2012. He had battled the disease for almost ten months.
In the wake of his passing, his wife, Jane Morgan, and daughter, Eliana Thompson, setup the foundation to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer in the Greater New Orleans and Southern Louisiana communities. And to provide information and a platform for others affected by this disease to connect.
The purpose of the IGThompson Foundation is to first - raise awareness, and second - raise funds for research, all in the local community.