Bennion Deville Homes was a Premier Sponsor of the Metro Area Real Estate Professionals for Young Adult Housing (MARYAH) Harvest Howl, which was held at the Central Library in Downtown San Diego. Bennion Deville Homes sent representatives, including Managing Broker Kirk Gregor, to the Halloween-themed event, which featured live entertainment and tasting stations from local restaurants. All money raised benefitted The Center’s Youth Housing Project.
“We are happy to once again support MARYAH and the worthy cause,” says Bob Deville, Co-Founder, Bennion Deville Homes. “It is our pleasure to make sure that these at-risk youths have access to basic human needs while they are figuring out a way to better their circumstances and their lives in a tough moment.”
MARYAH is a group of Metro Area Real Estate Professionals whose goal is to provide additional funding for the San Diego LGBT Community Center’s Youth Housing Project, which provides programs and low-cost shelter for at-risk and homeless LGBT youth. For more information on The Center, please visit their website.
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