Rancon community involvement starts at the top with Founder Dan Stephenson, and is emulated by every person throughout both Rancon Real Estate and the Rancon Group organizations.
For more than 40 years, the people at Rancon have shared a mutual desire to achieve success in their careers while playing active roles in their community. There are literally dozens of Rancon professionals who volunteer on a regular basis to help organizations and foundations that benefit the community at large.
As a corporate sponsor Rancon has always played a lead role. From sponsoring Pop Warner and Little League in the early days to forming community groups to preserve the arts, Rancon has donated millions of dollars to charitable organizations. Rancon, through its individuals and corporate sponsorships, strives to bring a better quality of life in the communities it serves. Rancon's broad community involvement includes philanthropy, community investment, volunteerism, and corporate sponsorships.
Some of our charitable work goes toward organizations such as:
• American Diabetes Association
• American Heart Association
• Boy Scouts of America
• Camp del Corazon
• Community Sports Activities
• Fine Arts Network
• H.E.A.R.T. for Children
• Pennypickle's Workshop, the Temecula Children's Museum
• Junior Olympics
• Lake Elsinore Storm Booster Club
• Pop Warner Football
• Rancon Equestrian Park
• Riverside Community College
• Slow Food Temecula Valley
• Southwest Women’s Chorus
• St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation
• Temecula Valley Film Festival
• Temecula Valley Historical Society
• Temecula Valley Players
• Temecula Valley VELO
• The Arts Council of Temecula
• The Temecula Chamber of Commerce
• The Theatre Foundation
• Numerous scholarships and individual support programs
• And more…
Rancon Chairman and Founder Dan Stephenson is a founding member of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, The Theater Foundation and long-time member of the Arts Council of Temecula. He was a pioneer in bringing Pop Warner Football to the Temecula Valley as well as the Boys and Girls Club, and helped build the Ronald Reagan Sports Park. In addition, he and his wife Beverley were a driving force in building The Old Town Community Theater.
"As proud as I am of what this company has accomplished in business, that effort is overshadowed by what individuals in the company have done in contributing to the community," says Stephenson. “There are many things that have made Rancon successful. Yet when all the numbers are crunched, and the books are tallied, it all comes down to one common denominator: people. It's the people who make our business; people who make us successful; our people who make me very proud.”