Life in Verrado is rich and thriving. New neighbors and old friends have found countless special ways to share experiences and build relationships. For those in our community who hold similar interests, resident clubs bring them together to recreate, serve, socialize, create and network.
And with more than 75 interesting clubs—from cycling to knitting and everything in between—you’re sure to find exactly the right group for your particular interests.
In Verrado, we believe that life is better when neighbors play together. That’s why health and fitness and also recreational programs are an important part of our community.
A special philanthropic program, The Giving Tree is a program that celebrates Verrado’s extraordinary commitment to volunteerism and charitable endeavors. The Giving Tree supports organizations and causes near and dear to the hearts of the Verrado community, including monthly service trips to the Phoenix Rescue Mission, the annual Feed My Starving Children MobilePack, and the Joy of Giving holiday gift drive.
Each home is part of a neighborhood park, kind of like a community within a community. Get to know your neighborhood leader and make connections in your new neighborhood.
Created through the Verrado Assembly, Verrado Leadership™ works to enhance the quality of life for Verrado residents by cultivating a community of leadership and by creating a legacy that touches the hearts and lives of residents today and for years to come. Each neighborhood (identified by our unique neighborhood parks) is represented by one or more neighborhood leader committed to facilitating neighbor-to-neighbor connections by providing warm welcomes, organizing neighborhood events and serving as an ambassador for the community and the Verrado Assembly.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at ASU West is just a short drive from Victory and offers university-quality non-credit short courses and lectures for anyone age 50 and older.