Crawfish for Cancer DC Crawfish Boil to benefit the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Crawfish for Cancer is back! The fifth annual DC Crawfish Boil, a fundraising event for cancer research, will be held at Pinstripes in Georgetown on Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The event, which benefits the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), will include five hours of unlimited crawfish, corn and potatoes, an open bar of beer, wine, and signature cocktails.
Attendees will also enjoy live music and games, like cornhole and bocce, while joining in the fight to find a cure for multiple myeloma cancer.
Last year, 500 people attended the DC Crawfish Boil. The DC event raised over $30,000 in the past four years contributing to the organization’s total of $405,000.
Tickets to the DC Crawfish Boil are $70 if purchased by April 1, $80 if purchased by April 15, $90 if purchased by April 22, and $100 if purchased the day of or at the event. To purchase tickets or get additional event information, visit http://www.crawfishforcancer.org/dc.html.
About Crawfish for Cancer
Founded in 2008, Crawfish for Cancer is dedicated to raising research funds for multiple myeloma cancer. By providing events that cater to young professionals, the organization is able to raise much needed awareness and funds in the fight against this currently incurable disease. Since 2009, Crawfish for Cancer has donated $405,000 to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. The organization hosts annual crawfish boils in nine cities.