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.Read morenavigateright
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.Read morenavigateright
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.Read morenavigateright
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!Read morenavigateright
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.Read morenavigateright
RMH BC Turns Two!
Four kitchens, four chefs, and four unique dishes. On July 7, we celebrated the second anniversary of the new Ronald House BC and Yukon with a celebrity chef challenge.Read morenavigateright
Meet Taylor and Bryce: Kids Helping Kids
For the past 3 years, classmates Taylor and Bryce have been raising funds and making a difference. It all started with a teacher’s strike, an ice tea stand and inspiration from a friend.Read morenavigateright
Imagine this: your son has cancer. You have a baby on the way. The only available treatment is in Vancouver, and it will take months. This was the unthinkable reality for mom Bailey Thompson from Dawson Creek when her 8-year-old son Trayton was diagnosed with brain cancer.Read morenavigateright
Families: Take our Programs Survey!
We want to know how we can improve the programs we offer to kids and families!
All current and past families who have stayed at RMH BC are invited to fill out our Programs Survey and let us know what you’d like to see at the House.Read morenavigateright