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Fairy Tale Quilt Tells a Story

A quilt is more than a blanket, it tells a story. This is doubly true of a quilt recently donated to Matthew’s House by a grade two/three class at McMillan Elementary School in Abbotsford.


Matthew’s House to Transition Services

Since 2013, Matthew’s House has provided quality care to families. The home is now in transition from the existing respite model to a new model of transitional care.


Turning Dreams Into Reality

Molly has visited Matthew’s House for years and her parents say those visits have made a difference to their whole family.


Coffee Morning Goes International

Coffee Morning events were held in the Fraser Valley, on Vancouver Island and as far away as England raising nearly $15,000 for Matthew’s House.


Connecting with Community

Adam Travis and his daughter Peyton volunteer for Matthew’s House and say it’s all about connecting in the community and using their gifts with purpose.


The Value of Volunteering

April is Volunteer Appreciation month and at Matthew’s House we truly appreciate the many ways in which volunteers support this resource for families.


Kids Helping Kids

Students and staff at St. Joseph’s Elementary School in Victoria put a unique twist on Coffee Morning for Matthew’s House.


Celebrating Women, Making a Difference

The first annual Galentine’s Day fundraiser for Matthew’s House was a chance to celebrate women, friendships and making a difference for families.


Cascade Employees Take a Break for Matthew’s House

Find out what a cup of coffee, specialized aerospace and children with complex care needs have in common!


Homemade Baking Makes It Special

Those who are lucky enough to be invited to Julia and Jane’s Coffee Morning for Matthew’s House are always in for a treat!


Time for Coffee!

The fifth annual Coffee Morning happens this year – help us reach our goal of $20,000!


Project Provides Hope

Several families have experienced hope and rest thanks to a grant from Stronger Philanthropy.

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