Dive into the Pink 2019 Auction

Dive into the Pink
October 2019
05:00 PM PDT
October 2019
05:11 PM PDT
GOAL $30,000.00
126.4% REACHED!

About Our Auction


Thank you for checking out our 4th Annual Pink Auction! This fundraiser helps us make a huge impact every year, so we hope you'll bid generously and often.

We'll be adding new lots right until the opening, so don't forget to check back for updates.

PLEASE READ INDIVIDUAL PRIZE DESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU BID! Travel prizes have expiration dates and restrictions, and gear/jewelry may have shipping restrictions. Dive into the Pink is not responsible for bidding mishaps. All pricing is in US dollars.

If a prize winner does not submit payment within 72 hours of auction conclusion, he/she forfeits that prize. If this occurs, the prize will be offered to the runner-up bidder or will be re-auctioned.

The 2019 Pink Auction will have an "extended bidding" feature, which automatically extends the end time of an item by 3 minutes when it receives a bid during the final 3 minutes. This process repeats until no new bids are received during the final 3 minutes of the item bidding window, or until the auction has been extended for a maximum of 30 minutes beyond the original end time. When an auction is extended, you will see Extended Bidding messages displayed throughout the auction with a link for easily viewing all of the extended items.

FOR DETAILED TAX GUIDELINES: please consult your tax professional. IRS information on charity auctions can be viewed at the following link. https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/charitable-organizations/charity-auctions -

About Dive into the Pink

Dive into the Pink, Inc was started in 2015 by Allison Vitsky, a breast cancer survivor, veteran scuba diver, and underwater photographer, who wanted to raise money to fight cancer in an unconventional way: by mobilizing the scuba community through dive charters and scuba-related activities.

100% of our proceeds are split between the Young Survival Coalition (YSC), an international organization dedicated to the critical issues of young women with breast cancer, and the Guise Laboratory at MD Anderson. For the former, our money is earmarked for support programs, and for the latter, we will be directly supporting a scientific study that evaluates whether certain characteristics of the bone marrow microenvironment can alter/promote the spread of cancer (breast and other types) to the bone.

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