FIUGA 2019 Silent Auction

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July 2019
09:00 AM CDT
August 2019
05:00 PM CDT
GOAL $7,500.00
0.0% To Goal

About Our Auction

Welcome to FIUGA's 2019 Silent Auction! FIUGA is supporting a new fellowship program in Nepal and proceeds from this year's auction will go towards covering the costs of pelvic floor surgeries for Nepali women in conjunction with this program.

Bidding is now available via the online site. Just click on the green "View All Items" button to the left to see what's available in this year's auction. This online auction will transfer to a live auction at the 44th Annual Meeting of IUGA in Nashville, TN, USA, September 24-28, 2019.

NOTE: There are some Nashville-specific items which are ONLY available for auction online. Bidding for these items will close on August 29, allowing time for the winning bidder to be notified and for him/her to make plans to use the item while in Nashville for the meeting.


Established in 2013, FIUGA is a 501c3 non-profit organization incorporated in the United States. FIUGA was created to support the research and educational activities of IUGA and to grow the subspecialty of urogynecology in under-represented regions of the world. FIUGA’s primary focus is its International Assistance Program, which has supported the successful establishment of an FPMRS/urogynecology fellowship in Ghana and is now supporting the establishment of a similar fellowship program in Nepal.

FIUGA aims to train local physicians and develop a self-sustaining urogynecology subspecialty in under-served regions in order to meet our mission of improving the quality of life of women with pelvic floor problems by promoting research and education of their care providers.

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Live Event Information

The FIUGA Silent Auction will transition from an online auction to a live auction at the start of the Annual Meeting Tuesday, June 24. Bid sheets will be available at the FIUGA Booth through the close of the Exhibit Hall on Friday, September 27. Winning bidders will be notified via email upon close of the auction so that they pay pay for and claim their item before the end of the meeting.