Bennion Deville Homes Enjoys a Legacy of Community Partnership
Bennion Deville Homes agents and staff throughout the Coachella Valley actively give back to the local desert community in a variety of ways. The annual toy drive is a highlight of each Holiday season, with the number of donated toys growing each year. This year the unwrapped toys were donated to Toys For Tots and Coachella Valley Rescue Mission.
Bennion Deville Homes agents and staff throughout the Coachella Valley actively give back to the local desert community in a variety of ways. The annual toy drive is a highlight of each Holiday season, with the number of donated toys growing each year. This year the unwrapped toys were donated to Toys For Tots and Coachella Valley Rescue Mission.

Bennion Deville Homesone of the nation’s leading independent real estate companies, has a storied history of giving back to the local Southern California communities it serves. From charitable donations from its foundation, The Bennion & Deville Foundation, to agent and office organized events and donation drives, Bennion Deville Homes leaves a positive impression on the Southern California Desert, making our community a better place to live every day.

The Bennion & Deville Foundation

Bennion Deville Homes agents are active in local organizations, including ones focused on industry and community causes.
Bennion Deville Homes agents are active in local organizations, including ones focused on industry and community causes. The Palm Springs Regional Association of REALTORS® (PSRAR) and its Back to School bowling tournament raised school supplies and funds for students heading back to class, and Bennion Deville Homes donated a bounty of supplies in support.

Through The Bennion & Deville Foundation, the company has donated thousands of dollars to local non-profit and community support organizations, running the gamut from health services helping families, seniors, LGBT, and the homeless, to education, arts, and community causes. The foundation receives a portion of each Bennion Deville Homes sales transaction, with some agents electing to donate additional dollars to the foundation for each deal they close. The results thus far have been phenomenal, and as the valley’s real estate market continues to strengthen, so will the foundation’s coffers.

“Creating a legacy of philanthropy is a major pillar of the Bennion Deville Homes founding principles,” says Bob Deville, Co-Owner of Bennion Deville Homes. “We want to be a catalyst for growth and positive change. Bob [Bennion] and I have always focused on leaving a lasting mark in the communities we serve by helping others. We are fortunate to be in a position to give back and lend assistance to those who need a little extra support, so we do so whenever and wherever possible.”

A Legacy of Community Partnership

The Bennion Deville Homes La Quinta offices have built a special relationship with Oasis Elementary School in Thermal
The Bennion Deville Homes La Quinta offices have built a special relationship with Oasis Elementary School in Thermal, supporting 3rd graders with school supplies at back-to-school time, presents over the holidays, and books for the summer break.

In addition to the company’s philanthropic efforts through its Foundation, Bennion Deville Homes agents and staff are exemplary community partners. Over the brokerage’s 17-year existence, Bennion Deville Homes agents and staff have volunteered thousands of hours working in the community and donating on their own to causes they hold dear. From time served on local non-profit boards, to canned good and toy drives, Bennion Deville Homes is well-represented, and regarded, in the giving community around Greater Palm Springs Area.

Each year, the holiday season offers the best opportunity to give back to the community, and the recent months saw tons of participation in new and established ways. The company held its annual valley-wide toy drive, with over 40 donation boxes collected for local children. In addition, the company participated in Thanksgiving canned goods donation drives, collecting and distributing hundreds of pounds of non-perishable food stuffs for local food pantries.

“Our offices, agents, and staff did a tremendous job of brightening the spirits of others over the holidays. Of course, these efforts are continued throughout the year in a variety of ways, but everyone needs a little extra cheer over the course of the holiday season. Food pantry stocks need bolstering and all kids deserve something to open under the tree. We are proud to have contributed to those efforts,” adds Bob Bennion http://bdhomes.com/agent_profile.asp?id=45, Co-Owner of Bennion Deville Homes.

Plans for the New Year

Bennion Deville Homes holds annual food drives to ensure organizations like Coachella Valley Rescue Mission have the resources they need to provide a warm meal to every desert resident.
Keeping local food pantry stocks full is an important piece to the holidays. Bennion Deville Homes holds annual food drives to ensure organizations like Coachella Valley Rescue Mission have the resources they need to provide a warm meal to every desert resident.

2018 holds much promise for the Coachella Valley. The Greater Palm Springs Area is enjoying all-time high popularity levels thanks to marquee events such as the Palm Springs International Film Festival, the BNP Paribas Open, Coachella, Stagecoach, and others. Permanent and part-time resident numbers are swelling, and the real estate market is healthy as a result. “Our team is looking at new and innovative ways to contribute and become even more involved in the community this year. However those efforts come to fruition, our mission to advance the lives of others and spread goodwill is a major focus for our brokerage. We look forward to continuing our community outreach support efforts and maintaining our status as a positive partner and good neighbor,” concludes Deville.

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