Wake Up Call Breakfast

wuc_logo.pngWake Up Call Breakfast is a unique opportunity to support the 1 in 7 Canadian men who will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. It brings together business leaders in an event tailor made for them, to raise awareness and funds for the most common cancer affecting Canadian men.

Since its inception in 2001, it has attracted over 50,000 across the country. Attendees include financial services organizations, community groups, private equity, law, accounting, and consulting firms, in addition to many individuals.
 
Please join us – as a corporate sponsor, table host or guest - for an unforgettable morning with a delicious breakfast and a friendly networking opportunity. Let’s make the 2018 Breakfast series the best one yet!

St. John’s Wake Up Call – Sept 13, 2018 – purchase tickets here!

Toronto Wake Up Call – October 4, 2018 – purchase tickets here!

Questions? please contact:

National: wakeupcall@prostatecancer.ca
Atlantic events: wakeupcallatlantic@prostatecancer.ca



Check out the photos from our 2017 Wake Up Call breakfasts!


Wake Up Call Halifax, NS 2017

 

Wake Up Call Moncton, NB 2017

Wake Up Call Toronto, ON 2017




Wake Up Call North Toronto, ON 2017

 
 

Wake Up Call Saint John, NB 2017

 

Wake Up Call Cape Breton, NS 2017

 


Wake Up Call St. John's, NL 2017

 
 

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