Wake Up Call Breakfast

wuc_logo.pngJoin us for an unforgettable morning dedicated to raising funds for research in the fight against prostate cancer. The Wake Up Call breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Over 26,000 business leaders and professionals have participated in this event since 2001.

Please join us - as a corporate sponsor, table host or attendee- for a friendly breakfast, networking opportunity, and inspirational story, and in making the 2015 series the best one yet!

Register now for our 2015 Wake Up Call series!

Select a city below to learn more and to register.


Questions? please contact:
National: wakeupcall@prostatecancer.ca
Atlantic events: fallon.jones@prostatecancer.ca
Western Canada events:  david.walker@prostatecancer.ca


Check out the photos from our 2014 Wake Up Call breakfasts!

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