Cyndi Lauper has launched the True Colors Fund's Second Annual Winter Online Auction, which includes celebrity experiences and autographed memorabilia in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality.

Some of the exciting experiences and items being auctioned off on include:

  • Lunch and Tarot Card Reading with Cyndi Lauper
  • VIP Tickets to the Celebrity Apprentice Live Season Finale and After Party in NYC
    - VIP Tickets and Meet & Greet to a Lady Gaga Concert
  • VIP Tickets and Meet & Greet to a Kathy Griffin Performance
  • Meet & Greet with Jason Mraz and VIP Table for 4 at the True Colors Cabaret on December 21st
  • Trip for Two to Club Olivia’s Cancun Resort
  • VIP Tickets and Meet & Greet to a Mika Concert
  • VIP Tickets and Meet & Greet to a Wyclef Jean Concert
  • Dinner with two time Tony winner Cherry Jones, President on 24
  • Lunch with Project Runway’s Tim Gunn in NYC
  • VIP Tickets to HAIR on Broadway and Meet & Greet with Gavin Creel
  • VIP Tickets and Meet & Greet to a Margaret Cho Performance
  • Private Yoga Lesson with Russell Simmons
  • One Life To Live set visit hosted by Scott Evans (“Fish”) and Brett Claywell (“Kyle”)
  • Tour of Entertainment Weekly Offices in NYC with TV Scoops Reporter Michael Ausiello
  • Exclusive Cyndi Lauper Autographed Barbie Doll
  • Sara Bareilles Autographed Acoustic Guitar
  • VIP Tickets to taping of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

The auction, which runs until Tuesday, December 15th, also includes experiences and autographed memorabilia donated by Annie Lennox, Melinda Doolittle, Scarlett Johansson, Feinstein’s at Loews Regency, Jai Rodriguez, and more.

To view the lots and make a bid, click here.

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