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Desert Rose Institute

Desert Rose Bahá’í Institute

DRBI is found in the middle of a rural oasis in the Arizona Sonoran Desert outside Eloy, midway between Phoenix and Tucson. It is comprised of meeting spaces, a large professional kitchen, dormitories, a bookstore, a library, an art gallery, a swimming pool, and rental units. DRBI is a charitable, not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that is inspired by the peaceful and unifying teachings of the Bahá’í Faith.

Volunteering at DRBI

In the Bahá’í Faith, being of service is an extremely important and blessed gift, but you don’t have to be a Bahá’í to offer it. At DRBI you can assist the Institute through a variety of volunteer positions:

A few of the wonderful volunteers at DRBI, past and present:

Roger and Doris Rasmussen

The late Viva Tomlin

Bonnie Tozer and grandchildren

Lamont Baker

Gayle Hanke

Rob Prater

John Hanke

Bettie Johnston

Through Volunteering you acquire new skills, help build the skills of those around you, and participate in delivering services and programs to the broader community.

If you have questions or are interested in providing Volunteer service, please visit the Contribute page.