What A Pair!

Our Mission

"The whole is more than the sum of its parts." - Aristotle

What A Pair!
is a non-profit 501c3 that was created when a personal tragedy motivated three Hollywood producers to do something to give back. Founders Jo Levi DiSante, Ruth Stalford, and Jody Price believe that by partnering the right people with the right organizations, and allowing folks to share their talent and expertise, we can effect change and enrich lives.

What A Pair!
For the past ten years, What A Pair! has worked with some of the best-known female talent to stage eight Broadway-caliber productions of celebrity duets that have raised over $2.5 million dollars to support basic and clinical breast cancer research.

Many of the What A Pair! Volunteers who were involved in the first production 10 years ago remain active today, and through their referrals of friends, family, and co-workers, the What a Pair! organization continues to grow.

What A Pair! provides opportunities for diverse people to work together in support of a common cause.

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Don’t miss your opportunity to support and help transform research and ignite hope for women with breast cancer in our community!

Upcoming Events

What A Pair!
10th Anniversary Benefit Concert

Saturday, May 31, 2014
at the
Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills

VIP After- Party Dinner and Dessert Generously Donated By:

Angelini Osteria
Pizzeria Il Fico
Sushi Roku
Vincenti Ristorante
La Provence
Lady M Confections
Sweet Lady Jane

What A Pair Benefit Concert

Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute

Recent News

Once again, we have teamed up with
the world-renowned
Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin
Comprehensive Cancer Institute
for our upcoming
What A Pair!
10th Anniversary Benefit Concert

What A Pair!
Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute

Net proceeds from the Benefit Concert will go to Cedar-Sinai's breast cancer research and education programs at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute.

Cedars-Sinai is breaking new ground with a comprehensive approach to breast cancer research and education by focusing on targeted strategies for prevention, diagnosis, risk assessment and treatment of breast cancer. Together, physicians and scientists collaborate to pursue translational research that promotes discovery and saves lives. Additionally, they come together to educate the next generation of breast care professionals. Funds raised by What A Pair! have led to less invasive breast surgery, a reduction in side effects, breast-conserving techniques, improvement in patients’ quality of life, as well as identification of targeted genes to more effectively fight the most aggressive and difficult-to-treat cancers. The clinical home for breast cancer care at Cedars-Sinai is the Saul and Joyce Brandman Breast Center — A Project of Women’s Guild.