DFL's 31st annual LGBTQ SCUBA Diving Jamboree will be held at Golden Rock Dive and Nature Resort: St. Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean, September 14-21, 2024
Diving for Life co-organizers Jim McVittie, Christine Simon, and the entire DFL Board of Directors thank you for your support in our 30th Annual Diving For Life International LGBTQ SCUBA Jamboree hosted at Club Med: Turkoise, Turks & Caicos.
It's been 32 years since the vision of one man created the worldwide Diving For Life family. Since 1992, Diving For Life has held 30 Scuba Diving Jamborees with hundreds of participants in 14 countries, and affected thousands of lives with over $1.7 million US dollars given to charity. Join us for our 31st annual International LGBTQ SCUBA Jamboree in St. Eustatius, September 14 -21, 2024!
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- November 30, 2023
St. Eustatius, the destination of DFL 31, was just featured in DAN’s Alert Diver magazine. Check it out!
- November 27, 2023
Remember DFL on Giving Tuesday Of course, at any time you can donate to Diving For Life via our website www.divingforlife.org/donate . As a registered Not for Profit in the US, US citizens will receive a donation receipt that is 100% tax deductible.
- November 21, 2023
DIVING FOR LIFE is calling for Expressions of Interest to fill a vacant BOARD MEMBER Position. We currently have a vacancy on the Board and are looking to fill it. Being a Board member is a great way to give back to the DFL community. More details of the responsibilities are outlined here. All Board members are volunteers. For consideration, the Board would like a […]
Birth of a Movement
One who "lives to dive" can also "dive to live." So proved Patrick Kelly when he gave birth to the First Annual Diving For Life LGBTQ Scuba Jamboree in 1992. A veteran diver in love with the sport and infected with the AIDS virus, Patrick's dream was to unite all gay and lesbian divers while raising money to fight the virus which was slowly depriving him of life.