We recognize that caring for the needs of older adults reaches beyond the individual to the entire family. Not only do our well-established services offer assistance to older adult clients, but many programs address the ongoing needs of caregivers and families.
Benevilla. Enriching Lives.
Benevilla holds these values as most important for its organization:
– high-quality service
– integrity and honesty
A better quality of life for everyone at every age.
WHAT WE DO
Started by and for our community in 1981, Benevilla enriches lives of West Valley residents by serving older adults, adults with disabilities, children and the families who care for them.
Benevilla was created as a not-for-profit organization in 1981 by citizens of the Sun Cities area out of concern that local services were not readily available to the community’s residents. Their mission was to promote health and independence by providing supportive services to their neighbors.
Then, a group of 30 volunteers helping with errands and home care services and a handful of employees; today, a network of Life Enrichment Day Programs, various support and educational services, a comprehensive care-management programs and social activities – all supported by more than 500 volunteers and 100+ employees – that seek to help keep people independent and in their own homes.
By building a caring community of neighbors helping neighbors, Benevilla is able to provide extensive support services for older adults, adults with disabilities, children, and the families who care for them.
Benevilla programs are supported through donations from individuals, congregations, service clubs, and corporations. These generous individuals and organizations ensure we can meet the needs of our community today and in the future.
Benevilla holds their programs, services, staff and volunteers to the highest quality of care. We are honored to have received many awards, accreditations and certifications throughout the years.
2016: Phoenix Business Journal
Michelle Dionisio, Most Admired Leaders
2015: Westmarc Best of the West
Award for Quality of Life Enhancement
2015: Legacy Award Nonprofit of the Year
City of Surprise Chamber of Commerce
2015: Phoenix Business Journal
2015 Top Tech Exec Award
2014: Piper Trust Encore Prize for Exceptional Organizations
2014: Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust’s ATLAS Award
2014: EideBailly Honorable Mention
2014: Peoria Chamber of Commerce
Nonprofit of the Year
2014: Generation’s United America’s Best Intergenerational Community
2013: West Valley Women Woman of the Year
2013: Arizona InterFaith Movement Golden Rule Nonprofit Award
2013: Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce
Nonprofit of the Year