Valerie volunteers at Matthew’s House, doing the weekly grocery shop for the children who are visiting each week. She’s making a difference and you can too!
Alya’s exceptionalities don’t stop the Somnor family from doing the activities that they love but when they plan for an outing that would be challenging for Ayla, they turn to Matthew’s House for help.
Moving to a new home, starting at a new school and having a new baby; all these transitions happened for Kherrigan’s family in one year. Find out how Matthew’s House made a difference.
Kherrigan’s mom, Tina, says that Kherrigan is a gift to her classmates. Find out how she contributes to her classroom.
Maggie discovered her passion for caring for others when she was still a teenager. Today, she loves her job caring for children at Matthew’s House.
One would think that a family with four children makes for a busy, fast-paced life and that is partly true for the Robinson family. Life with Aodhan (12), Taiya (8), …
Marissa’s birthday party was a celebration of her life and an opportunity to give back to Matthew’s House.
Wendy’s life experiences have given her empathy for the families who visit Matthew’s House – families who sometimes feel like they’re on the outside.
Members of the Vintage Car Club of Canada recently visited Matthew’s House to make a generous donation.
When their fundraising efforts exceeded their costs, the team chose to pay it forward, giving their extra donations to charity. They chose Matthew’s House.
As she sinks into the restoring heat of a natural hot spring pool, Chantal knows it was worth the hike in. The hot water relaxes her tired muscles. Breathing in …
Earlier this year, we received a lovely letter and poster from Ella Wickens, a grade 6 student at Clayburn Middle School. As part of her Health and Career class, Ella …