Charity home open for viewing

The Canuck Place Children’s Hospice charity home celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday afternoon and is now open for public viewing.

The Canuck Place Children’s Hospice charity home celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday afternoon and is now open for public viewing.

Net proceeds from the sale of the 3,494-square-foot home, located at 35623 Eagle View Place in Eagle Estates, will support Canuck Place in Abbotsford.

The facility is part of the Campus of Care project being developed on Marshall Road adjacent to Abbotsford Regional Hospital. The project also includes the Abbotsford Hospice Society’s adult hospice and Matthew’s House, a respite facility for children with severe disabilities.

Longtime Fraser Valley developer Ken Voth of Surrey-based Voth Brothers Development partnered with Joe Segal of Kingswood Capital Corporation of Vancouver in completing the charity home.

The house is open for viewing, by appointment, on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m.

Call 604-859-3141 for more information.

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