Bennion Deville Homes Accepting Donations for Thanksgiving Food Drive
Bennion Deville Homes agents pose with donated canned goods during the 2015 food drive. Bennion Deville Homes is partnering the Well in the Desert and Coachella Valley Rescue Mission again this year.
Bennion Deville Homes is proud to once again partner with CVRM and Well in the Desert to raise non-perishable food items. Bennion Deville Homes agents pose with donated canned goods during the 2015 food drive.

Bennion Deville Homes is proud to once again partner with the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission (CVRM) and Well in the Desert in an effort to ensure all residents of the Greater Palm Springs Area have access to a warm meal this holiday season, and beyond. From November 3rd through November 14th, Bennion Deville Homes offices throughout the valley will be accepting non-perishable canned and dry goods, as well as gift cards to local grocery stores, to fill the shelves for the big Thanksgiving meal push. According to estimates from CVRM and Well in the Desert, each donation box holds enough food to feed 10 people for a week.

“We are excited to work with CVRM and Well in the Desert again this year in a joint effort to make sure all residents of the Coachella Valley can stock their pantries for the holidays, as well as the rest of the year,” says Bob Deville, Co-Founder of Bennion Deville Homes. “Last year we filled over 20 donation boxes, which helped feed over 200 people for a week. We want to do even better this year and are encouraging all of our agents, staff, affiliates, clients, friends, family, and the general public to help us in this noble cause by bringing non-perishable goods or gift cards to any of our 17 office locations throughout the Coachella Valley. Well in the Desert and CVRM do so much for those in need in our community, and we want to do our part to give back to two organizations that help so many.”

Suggested non-perishable food donation items include:

  • Boxed breakfast cereals
  • Canned vegetables (corn, green beans, peas, mixed vegetables, yams, beans)
  • Canned soups
  • Canned cranberry sauce
  • Sugar (brown and regular)
  • Stuffing mix
  • Instant potatoes
  • Water bottles – 12 oz.
  • Juice boxes
  • Powdered juice mixes
  • Coffee and powdered coffee creamer
  • Spices and dried herbs (seasoned salt, salt, pepper, garlic, rosemary, paprika, oregano, thyme, parsley)
  • Pasta and rice
  • Gift certificates to grocery stores will also be accepted

The following Bennion Deville Homes offices will be drop-off points for donations:

About Bennion Deville Homes

Founded by Bob Bennion and Bob Deville in 2001, Bennion Deville Homes is one of the largest independent real estate brokerages in Southern California, serving the region from 25 offices throughout the Coachella Valley and San Diego and Orange counties. The powerhouse company proudly serves the Coachella Valley from offices in Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta, Bermuda Dunes, and Indio. Bennion Deville Homes entered the coastal Southern California communities of San Diego and Orange counties in 2010, with an office proudly serving Orange County in Laguna Niguel, and offices in Carlsbad, Carmel Valley, Encinitas, Hillcrest/Mission Hills, La Mesa Village, and Little Italy in San Diego County.

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