Breaking Dawn Set Visit Being Offered For Charity Via the Go Campaign

We just got in this press release and we have confirmed its authenticity with Summit(there were some other scams out there). Also regarding the graphic, it is not the official title treatment artwork for Breaking Dawn (we checked on that too) it’s just a placeholder.

The GO Campaign ( has partnered with leading charity auction site charitybuzz for its 2010 online auction to raise funds to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children throughout the world.  In an incredible gesture, Summit Entertainment has signed on to help GO achieve its goals by donating the ultimate Twilight experience.  One auction winner and three incredibly lucky friends will have the chance to experience first-hand the biggest pop culture phenomenon of the decade as they spend the day on the set of Twilight: Breaking Dawn, including the chance to meet the film’s star Robert Pattinson!

The auction package also includes 2 nights in a Deluxe Executive Suite at the elite Four Season Hotel in Vancouver and VIP Limo service to and from the Breaking Dawn set.  Bidding is open through December 8th at charitybuzz at:

Breaking Dawn is the fourth installment in the Twilight Saga franchise, based on the popular, best-selling novels by Stephenie Meyer. Breaking Dawn is directed by Bill Condon and in addition to Robert Pattinson, also stars Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and Dakota Fanning.

For a complete list of auction items visit

EDITED: FYI There is also an auction to spend the day on the set of Nurse Jackie, the series that Peter Facinelli is currently on


  1. OMG that would be a dream come true…too bad I haven’t won the lottery yet. The last auction for Stand Up to Cancer went for like $64,000…I wish I had that to donate.

  2. I hope the breaking dawn titles are cooler than ‘part 1 and part 2’. Come on Stephenie and MR. Think of something!

  3. Gigi Cullen says

    Good grief, has anyone checked the bidding stats. Its already up to $8000. Wish I had that kind of cash to throw around. I would be a dream come true, that is for sure!

  4. I just told my husband that I’d be okay if we sell the house and live in a box to win that auction. My house wouldn’t be very sturdy or pretty but I’d have my memories to keep me warm!!

  5. This is the day when I wishI was incredibly rich and could just throw millions of dollars on the bid

  6. Klarisa Childers says

    Ok. Just a few things…
    1)I’m so wishing I was rich right now. =/
    2)This makes me happy it’s helping out a charity. =)
    3)But it makes me sad that it’s a chance I could have seen Rob, and couldn’t. =(
    4)I am so wishing I was the friend to whomever wins this. 😉 haha.

  7. This would be so awesome! I wish I had money to bid on this. Why can’t I win the lottery?

  8. I hate when they do stuff like this because it’s kind of unfair. I get that it’s for charity, but the only people who have a chance of winning are rich people. What about the vast majority of people who make up the fandom and only make 5-figure salaries? What do we get?

  9. My biggest problem with the way this is being done is only those that are fairly well off are going to get the chance to win this. Us “average” folks don’t stand a chance! Geez, the bidding is up to 11k for the next highest bid already! I wish I had that kind of cash to donate to charity! I think the ideal would be for whomever donates (let’s say at least $100.00) names be put into a drawing (with only 1 entry per household or name, whatever) and then a lucky winner be chosen from that. Truly, that would be a fair way if you ask me. Just my opinion though.

  10. Only the very rich can entertain owning it. So sorry for us poor shlubs.

  11. Now up to $10,000……………..