Who We Are
Dive Around the Clock is a community of Scuba Divers and Volunteers that come together once a year for a 24-hour underwater Dive-a-Thon relay. The purpose of the event is to raise funds for cancer research at Seattle Children's Hospital.
How it Works
Each year we meet for an annual 24-hour Dive-a-Thon event. Over 100 scuba divers take turns diving in pairs of two for thirty minutes to an hour. The idea is to have someone in the water at all times during the 24-hour period. Cancer doesn't sleep, and for one night, neither do we. Fundraising occurs prior to and during the event. All proceeds raised benefit cancer research at Seattle Children's Hospital. We have an amazing group of volunteers and can always use an extra helping hand. Join us as we dive in to put an end to childhood cancer! This years Dive-A-Thon event takes place July 15th-16th, 3pm, at Redondo Beach Des Moines, WA.
Ways to Get Involved
Divers that participate have the opportunity become part of a great community, learn from other divers, and dive for an excellent cause.
You're probably already diving anyway, so why not do it for a good cause? Come dive with us and join in the fight to end childhood cancer and find less invasive treatments along the way.
We always need helping hands the day of the event and DATC would not be a success without the gracious help of our volunteers!! Both divers and non-divers can get involved!
Every dollar raised by our event benefits children’s cancer research at Seattle Children’s Hospital. Since DATC started, we have raised over $200,000 for our cause.
The success of Dive Around the Clock over the past years is largely due to the support and donations received from local businesses and companies like yours.