Keep it in Alberta 2021


For over twenty years, the Prostate Cancer Centre has provided excellence in medical treatment, patient care, counselling, research and MAN VAN mobile health clinics. We are a registered charity, funded by the generosity of donors and community partners.  Donating to our annual KEEP IT IN ALBERTA campaign ensures that every dollar raised supports the men in our community.

Since, 2017 our November campaign has had matching donation up to $50,000.  This year AGAT Foundation will double all donations up to $350,000! There has never been a better time to support men’s health.


Wait times to see a specialist has been shortened from 3 months to 10 days. Express clinics shorten wait times from a family doctor to a consultation with a urologist.
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Follow-up care is offered from the Prostate Cancer Centre's post-operative nurse. The nurse helps with the removal of catheters and staples as well as provide information to post-operative patients in person and by phone.
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Prostate cancer patients have access to world-class support classes, including: Life after Prostate Cancer, Strength and Stretch Class, Peer Support, Nutrition and Brain & Brawn.
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Medical researchers conduct and participate in world-class prostate cancer and urological disease research.
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Canada's only mobile men's health clinic, providing PSA blood tests, mental health checks, and overall health indictors to men throughout Alberta.
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Online treatment options classes help patients and their families choose the right type of treatment for them. Phone and email peer support provide access to volunteers who have similar experiences.
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The AGAT Foundation supports organizations through initial funding, support to build sustainable marketing and revenue streams, and a focus on measurable outcomes with good governance.  The AGAT Foundation supports the Prostate Cancer Centre based on what it believes is a truly unique and highly transformative model that can be expanded, replicated, and grown within Alberta


Calgary’s community is an incredibly supportive one.

That’s why we are asking local businesses to rally together to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer and men’s health this November.