COVID-19 Relief - Granville Homes

Due to public health concerns related to COVID-19, all Granville Homes Sales Offices will be open by appointment only.

The Granville Estates Showcase Home will be open for normal business hours without appointments beginning May 30.

Please call (559) 445-9000 or submit a request to schedule your appointment or request digital materials.

The Granville Homes Central Valley COVID-19 Relief Initiative

Your new home purchase in April & May of 2020 means $5,000 to fight COVID-19.

Granville Homes has been honored to be a part of the Central Valley for over 40 years.

We owe our success to the support of our homeowners and our community, and we are committed to paying that goodwill back to our community whenever possible.

Now that our health, economy and daily lives are being disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, it is more important than ever to support our neighbors.

This is why Granville has committed to donating $5,000 from every home that closes escrow in April and May of this year to meeting our Valley’s sudden needs.

And because YOUR new home purchase is allowing us to do this, we want to give you a say in how these funds will be used.

We have identified three areas of critical need that this program will support:

FOOD INSECURITY: While food insecurity is a year-round issue for many people, food banks across the nation have seen a huge surge in people relying on their services due to health issues and sudden loss of employment. By allocating your funds to the Central California Food Bank, you are providing basic necessities to struggling families in our Valley.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: In times of stress and financial struggle, incidents of domestic violence drastically increase. Local domestic abuse hotlines have seen a 70% rise in calls since self-isolation has gone into effect. The Marjaree Mason Center provides safe spaces, crisis support, legal assistance and more to victims of domestic violence in Fresno and Clovis.

MEDICAL NEEDS: From procuring Personal Protective Equipment to finding services for our first responders on the front lines, the medical needs in our community are staggering. Alliance for Medical Outreach and Relief (AMOR) is working with medical organizations across the Valley to identify these needs and get funds and resources distributed as quickly as possible.

Those eligible to make this donation can also request to have the $5,000 donation split among these three fantastic organizations.

The Granville Homes Central Valley COVID-19 Relief Initiative

Thank you again for being a member of the Granville family. Together, we can improve lives and spread hope across our Valley.

Darius Assemi,
President, Granville Homes