In addition to the ribbons, visors, golf bags, and chip clips raising awareness of National Breast Cancer Month, you may also see a few pink Vespas next month.More than a dozen organizations are offering limited edition pink Vespas to their Breast Cancer Awareness initiatives during October. In honor of its 15th annual National Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign, "Stop Breast Cancer for Life: The Power of 15," Lifetime Network has partnered with Vespa USA to offer the scooters to various non-profits to help with their campaigns.Here is a list of events and activities that feature the limited pink Vespas:• Breast Cancer Network of Strength will host an event on October 6 at the Hard Rock Cafe in Chicago.• BreastCancer.org will host an event in Philadelphia November 14 with Fuelthecure.net. • The Breast Cancer Research Foundation's auction, which includes a pink Vespa LX 50, goes live on charitybuzz.com September 29 and ends October 22.• Bright Pink will list its pink Vespa on eBay during the month of October with eBay's Giving Works.• Cup with Love will conduct a raffle for a Vespa during October. • Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation will launch a social media contest titled "How Would You Recruit an Army of Women?" through November to help mark the one-year anniversary of theLove/Avon Army of Women campaign. • The Greater New York City Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure will offer the Vespa as a reward incentive to fundraisers who exceed their Komen NYC Race for the Cure pledge goals between September 14 and October 31. • My Vision Foundation is offering a chance to win the pink Vespa LX 50 to donors who make a minimum $100 donation through October.• Nueva Vida will conduct a raffle through October for a Vespa.• Prevent Cancer Foundation will enter individuals who sign up for "Screen Your Boobs" alerts through October to win a pink Vespa.• Young Survival Coalition is offering a chance to win a pink Vespa LX 50 to anyone who becomes a "fan" of the Young Survival Coalition's Facebook page by November 16. And if you don't win one (or can't wait), you can also purchase one of the 1000 limited-edition pink scooters through Vespa USA.