Bennion Deville Homes Spreading Holiday Cheer with CVRM Toy Drive
Bennion Deville Homes and Coachella Valley Rescue Mission are teaming up to bring toys to local families in need, ensuring every child across the desert gets something special this holiday season.
Bennion Deville Homes offices across the Coachella Valley are now accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys and gift cards for Coachella Valley Rescue Mission.

Now Accepting Toy Donations For Local Children

Bennion Deville Homes and Coachella Valley Rescue Mission (CVRM) are once again teaming up to provide new toys to children across the desert for the holidays. From now until Friday, December 9th, Bennion Deville Homes offices throughout the Coachella Valley are accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys and gift cards. CVRM anticipates a critical shortage of toys for local children this year, and Bennion Deville Homes wants to ensure that need is met.

Bennion Deville Homes collected dozens of boxes for Coachella Valley Rescue Mission, with all toys going to local kids.
The Bennion Deville Homes Toy Drive benefitting Coachella Valley Rescue Mission was wildly successful in 2021.

Last year, CVRM distributed toys to 6,000 children, and expects to match or even exceed that figure again due to ongoing economic hardship. Items for children ages 5 to 12 are especially of need during the holiday season.

Suggested new, unwrapped toys include:

  • Sports equipment, such as baseballs, softballs, footballs, and soccer balls
  • Barbies and Barbie clothing
  • Dolls & action figures
  • Beauty products, such as makeup and curling irons
  • Educational toys
  • Games & puzzles
  • Arts & crafts
  • Skateboards, scooters, and bikes
  • Ride-on vehicles

Bennion Deville Homes offices accepting donations include:

Palm Springs: 201 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Suite 120, Palm Springs

Rancho Mirage: 71691 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage

Palm Desert: 44-530 San Pablo Avenue, Suite 101, Palm Desert

Indian Wells: 74-910 Highway 111, Indian Wells

La Quinta: 47-350 Washington Street, Suite 101, La Quinta

States Bennion Deville Homes C.E.O. Bob Deville, “We are honored to work with the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission again this year. Our holiday toy drives always bring an outpouring of generosity from our agents, clients, and staff. It brightens our spirits to know that giving new, unwrapped toys to the CVRM toy drive will light up a local child’s face this holiday season. The mission that CVRM fulfills across our region is admirable and inspiring, and we are always eager to do our part to help them succeed. We encourage our agents, staff, and clients to contribute anything they can, especially this year when CVRM expects to provide toys to more local families than usual. Let’s meet our collective goal of ensuring everyone has a joyous holiday season in our desert communities. Thank you for your support and generosity toward this cause.”

About Bennion Deville Homes                            

As a leader in the local community, and the desert real estate leader, Bennion Deville Homes strives to make the neighborhoods it serves a better place for all. Founded in Palm Springs in 2001 by Bob Bennion and Bob Deville, Bennion Deville Homes serves home buyers and sellers throughout Southern California in the primary markets of the Greater Palm Springs Area (Coachella Valley) and the surrounding mountain communities of Riverside County. Bennion Deville Homes, the #1 real estate brokerage in the Coachella Valley, is a wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. HomeServices is the nation’s largest real estate company based on closed transactions, strengthening Bennion Deville Homes’ standing on the local, regional, and national stages.

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