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Under One Umbrella 2019

The Under One Umbrella 10th anniversary fundraiser for the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center was held at Bing Concert Hall on the Stanford University campus on Wednesday, February 27, 2019. This milestone year broke records by raising $3 million to bring the total raised by the event over the years to $51 million. These funds enable the center to recruit and retain world-class physicians and scientists; support the clinical trials of new drugs, genetics and immunotherapies; and improve diagnostics and expand and maintain supportive care services for patients and families during treatment.

Couldn’t attend this year’s event? You can still help support the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center by making a gift online, or specifically to the Dr. Ellie Guardino Research Fund. If you would like to speak to someone directly about making a gift contact  Michele Thompson, Cancer Specialist Fundraiser in Stanford’s Office of Medical Center Development via email at michelet@stanford.edu.

Follow “Under One Umbrella – Friends of the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center” on Facebook for news and updates throughout the year. Read the San Francisco Chronicle coverage of the event.

Discovery and Hope

Photos from Under One Umbrella

Steering Committee

Nicole Kidman and Trisha Yearwood | Honorary Chairs
Lisa Goldman | Chair
Lisa Schatz | Chair Emeritus

Committee Members

Deborah Berek
Jean Colen
Ann Doerr
Susie Fox
Jill Freidenrich
Lisa Goldman
Michele Kirsch

Laurie Kraus Lacob
Debbie Rachleff
Cynthia Sewell
Dianne Panos Taube
Lori Perica
Judy Zafran

10th Anniversary Patron Committee

Sara Abbasi
Sandy Boyce
Bita Daryabari
Chandler Evans
Elaine Hahn
Kathryn Kimball
Lynda Marren

Linda Meier
Paula Robichaud
Beth Siegelman
Jane Solomon
Parul Somani
Mary Stevens
Anita Westly

Under One Umbrella Archive

Visit our archive of all previous Under One Umbrella events.

What It Means to Be a Survivor

To honor Women's Cancer Awareness, we invite you to explore four stories about patients who have survived a diagnosis of ovarian or breast cancer after treatment at the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center.