The Luau

The Rock and Roll Luau is a themed FUNdraiser put on by the Louisiana Modified Dolls and the Krewe of Rolling Elvi in support of the Ukulele Kid’s Club.  100% of funds raised by the event is donated to the Ukulele Kid’s Club in support of their mission of healing through music through the music therapy program at Children’s Hospital in New Orleans.  Our goal is to have some serious FUN for a great CAUSE.  Won’t you join us?

The Ukulele Kid’s Club

Mission:  To harness the healing power of music by promoting and supporting music therapy programs for hospitalized children, by giving away ukuleles to children in need through music therapy programs and sending the children home with the gift of music for life, and by advocating for the benefits of music therapy.

The Ukulele Kid’s Club is a 501(c)(3) organization.

The Louisiana Modified Dolls

The Louisiana Modified Dolls is the Louisiana chapter of the national Modified Dolls.  The Modified Dolls is an all volunteer group made up of women with tattoos and piercings who do charity work in an effort to demolish the negative stereotypes associated with modified women.  We are the different making a difference!  Each month we support a different charity through promotion, awareness, and FUNdraising.  We love volunteering and creating epic FUNdraising parties for deserving charities. We are small but we are mighty…and look forward to seeing you at a future event!

The Louisiana Modified Dolls is a 501(c)(3) organization.

The Krewe of Rolling Elvi

The Rolling Elvi were founded in 2003 to honor the King of Rock & Roll while entertaining New Orleans Parade goers.