Cooking a Family Meal at Ronald McDonald House BC and Yukon was a life-changing experience for Alex Wong. While cooking dinner for RMH families with his colleagues, he struck up a conversation with a teen cancer patient named Brooke Malakoff. He was...
3rd Anniversary Chef Challenge
On July 6, Vancouver’s top chefs and mixologists took over our four kitchens to compete in a Chef Challenge and help us celebrate three years in our new House.
This incredible hockey and soccer tournament in Kelowna just celebrated its 10th year and has now raised almost $300,000 to help keep families close. Read more about the TRUE team’s inspiration for giving back.
After 8 months at the House, 9-year-old Annabelle Edl and her family are finally able to go home to Nelson, and we caught up with her to find out more about her stay. For Annabelle, the House is a special place because of the support of friends who understand what she has been through.
In December 2016, 17-year-old Tristyn Ranger was enjoying his grad year of high school when cancer turned his life upside down and split his family in half. Thanks to RMH BC and our partners at WestJet, he and his siblings were recently reunited.
Generous event sponsors like Duncan Robinson of Wimbleton Financial Services make it possible for us to keep families close when it matters most. This month, Duncan shared his inspiration for supporting RMH BC.
At just 5 months old, Caleb Champagne has faced struggles that most of us couldn’t even imagine, but he has a 73-bedroom House full of friends cheering him on. Now, he is able to go home to Vancouver Island for the very first time.
We’re celebrating National Volunteer Week this April, and volunteers like Kaavya truly make our House a home. We asked her about her inspirations for giving back!
Alysa and Kiana Robinson are active, creative sisters with busy schedules — and both have cystic fibrosis. Every 3 months or more, they leave their Kamloops home for treatment in Vancouver, where Ronald McDonald House helps them to have a normal life in between their life-saving appointments.