• Jan 31

    Your Impact in 2016

    Thanks to generous supporters like you, we were able to provide welcoming accommodation for 200 families in the month of December alone! Learn more about how you helped make a difference in the past year.

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  • Dec 21

    Home for the Holidays

    We all want to celebrate the holidays with our loved ones, and we all have our favourite traditions. By staying at Ronald McDonald House, sick children and their families can stay together and celebrate special moments, even while fighting a serious illness far from home. Find out what our families are doing to celebrate this year!

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  • Nov 01

    Meet Tegan

    Tegan Chamberlin is one and a half years old and has already spent almost twelve months in the hospital. Born with a malformation of the lymph system and needing surgery at birth, she was flown from Kamloops to Vancouver, where Ronald McDonald House became a refuge for her family.

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  • Nov 01

    A Night to Dream Gala Keeps Families Close

    The 2016 A Night to Dream Gala took place on October 20th to help keep families close at Ronald McDonald House. This incredible event, presented by Beedie Development Group and CRS Group of Companies, raised $415,000. Click to read more and see the event photos.

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  • Oct 06

    Meet Kai

    It’s the little things that make all the difference for 12-year-old Kai Gotro and his grandparents Paul and Jean. For the past two years, they have been travelling from Kamloops to Vancouver at least once a month, but staying at Ronald McDonald House is making these difficult journeys easier.

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  • Oct 06

    Support RMH BC with Halloween Fun!

    Did you know that you can support Ronald McDonald House while picking out your pumpkin or enjoying a spooky haunted house? Learn more about great Halloween events that are raising funds for kids and families at RMH BC.

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  • Sep 01

    Meet Aeson

    Aeson Moen from Penticton was diagnosed with cancer at just 13 months, and became their home away from home during his fight. Now, Aeson is an energetic 3-year-old and the Moens are giving back with a charity golf tournament in his honour.

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  • Aug 31

    Meet Maya: making a difference with music

    11-year-old violinist Maya has found a unique way to support kids and families at RMH BC. She spent the summer busking at Nanaimo Harbour and raised $1002.10 for the House – and is now challenging the community to match her gift!

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  • Jul 28

    Meet Natalia

    Natalia Corrigall has just finished Grade One, loves art and loves going to school. Three years ago, life was very different for Natalia and her family, who had to leave their home in Campbell River to face the fight of their lives: leukemia.

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