Sunday, April 9, 2017


Mattick's Farm Merchants help keep the charitable sector strong. Our shops here at Mattick's Farm play a key role in the Canadian charitable sector. We work hard to provide small and medium size charities with online and community support for donating and fundraising.

Monday, November 14, 2016


Does online browsing annoy you? Do malls leave you cold? Do you curl into the fetal position when confronted with the notion of holiday shopping?
Never fear: Mattick's Farm have just uploaded their HOLIDAY WISHBOOK and they will continue to update it as more wish items become available. The holiday magic at Mattick's Farm with more than 15 local artisans and boutique shops will have that special gift that you are looking for.

Unsure what to buy your favorite aunt or uncle? Why not European Glass Ware or local made pottery? Need a hostess gift? Snag some high-end local candles or linen napkins. For the dad who has everything, how about an gift card to Adrienne's Restaurant and Tea Garden? For kids, there are dolls and wooden toys at Toying Around.

Make HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING easy and special, #shoplocal and #thinklocal

Holiday Fashion

Party season is nearly upon us, which means we can embrace sequins, sparkle and feathers with true abandon.

Now's the time to throw sartorial caution to the wind when thinking of your outfits - pile on the metallic and glitter; it's the season to be jolly after all. From gorgeous dresses to sequinned miniskirts to attention-seeking trousers, see our pick of the 100 outfits that will ensure you look and feel party-ready this Christmas. Be sure to check out Sunday's Snowflakes and Something More here at Mattick's Farm


WELCOME TO THE MATTICK'S FARM CHRISTMAS WISH BOOK. If you've got a long shopping list but no time on your hands, start here for some inspiring gift ideas for almost everyone! Click on the Merchants Navigation List to your left and see what gift ideas we are promoting under the "Wish List Items menu".

GIFTS & stocking stuffer ideas
Tis the season to be shopping for family, friends, your sweetheart and maybe even for yourself. Get lots of Christmas gift ideas and inspiration here and celebrate the festive season, these gift ideas will certainly make someone's Christmas morning a joy-filled one!

Monday, November 24, 2014

Christmas at Mattick's Farm - Pick up your copy of the Boulevard Magazine.

The fun of the holidays is right around the corner: family gatherings to plan, delicious meals to prepare, gifts to find and a house/condo or apartment to decorate — the list goes on.

With entertaining season approaching at warp speed, it’s time to get your home spruced up. Your time is precious around the holiday season, so to help make the most of your time, try these easy solutions to prepare for the holidays while keeping your sanity.
Festive lights: A simple way to decorate for the holidays year after year is with an artificial tree. For a formal dinner event, glowing white light sets a perfect ambiance. Switch to the multi-color option to delight the kids.
A touch of cheer: Use holiday decorations in unexpected ways to add festive cheer in every room of your home with minimal effort. Try hanging ornaments to decorate live plants, light fixtures, doorway overhangs, stairwells, mirrors and even the mantel.
Among the pines: Potted evergreen plants decorated with lights bring plenty of festive feelings into a room. The best news is that when spring arrives, you can plant them outside in your backyard, or donate them to a community project that needs evergreen trees. Using live plants infuses the room with light and good, clean oxygen, and it's the subtle touches your guests will appreciate and remember.
With these timely tips, you — and your home — will be ready for a holiday season of celebrations.

Win Tickets - Visit Participating Merchants at Mattick's Farm

With the Victoria Symphony & Joey Pietraroia An original, magical Christmas story set to the music of The Nutcracker. Young Pandora befriends a host of new characters including some inspired by Frozen. The fusion of classical music with modern pop musical interludes will have your toes tapping and your hands clapping. 

Ballet Victoria - The Gift

Enter a weekly draw to win a pair of tickets to Ballet Victoria’s show of “The gift”, a ballet on the Music of the Nutcracker with today’s characters your children love most. Come on down and COMPLETE YOUR ENTRY FORM AT PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS HERE AT MATTICK’S FARM. WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON FACEBOOK OR CONTACTED DIRECTLY.

Royal Theatre (Victoria) 
  • Saturday, December 27 at 2:00 pm 
  • Sunday, December 28 at 2:00 pm 
  • Monday, December 29  at 2:00 pm

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Ukulapha - We See Hope

Please join us and help Ukulapha reach their goal, this event is dear to our heart and what a amazing family they are. “It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” ― Mother Teresa


Tickets are selling well for our 3rd Annual "I See Hope" fundraiser, October 17th at the Beachhouse Restaurant! You can buy yours at the Beachhouse or by contacting Susan 250-298-0990. You will receive a tax receipt for $50.00.

Check out our auction list and get ready to bid on a cruise to Tahiti or a wonderful 'staycation' in Vancouver at the Sutton Place Hotel.

We have a fantastic golf package available at Sirocco in Calgary as well as a tremendous variety of wonderful donations.

'I See Hope'

 Victoria International Development Education Agency (VIDEA) was established as a non-profit organization in 1977 to 'inspire thought and action on global issues and is one of Canada's oldest education centres. Their promotion and delivery of global education is enhanced through establishing agency contracts with global partners, such as the Ukulapha community outreach project in South Africa. As an agency of the registered, non profit agency, VIDEA the project is continually monitored and evaluated and they are an integral part of supporting this international program.
Quietly but with direct and immediate results,

 Ukulapha is reviving the philosophy of Ubuntu ('we are who we are because of who we all came from'). Ukulapha stands out as a grassroots, organic and humanitarian community outreach project in one of the poorest townships in South Africa.

The manager and founder, Carolyn Burns, is a former Victoria resident of 25 years. The outreach project is building a sense of hope with a focus on education! The needs are great, but the continued focus on enhancing educational opportunities is paying off! A new Resource Centre has been built with a library and computer lab. Now, the children will gain skills required to take their place in a fast changing world. The difficult task of rebuilding lives and taking responsibility for their new tomorrow has begun. Carolyn's passion and integrity to provide educational assistance to the children of Slangspruit is remarkable.

Ukulapha, with the support of VIDEA, is truly creating 'community connections for global change'.