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The mission of the new Shared Visions Retreat Center, a program of the Shared Visions Foundation, is to assist non-profit service agencies in Orange and Durham Counties and to host a variety of programs and activities that will enrich the vibrant and growing service community in the area. The retreat center includes a 2500 sq. ft. auditorium for workshops, speaker meetings and fundraisers. These events are usually held on the weekends but some weekdays are also available. The center also has a boardroom and a warming kitchen. A fee is charged for the use of the boardroom, warming kitchen and auditorium to offset the cost of utilities and maintenance of the building and grounds.
We have other non-profit office space in the old school section. Currently all of that space is now occupied by Just Right Academy, http://www.justrightacademy.org, a new 501c3 non-profit learning center. The old "teacherage" house on the left as you enter is currently occupied by Mental Health America of the Triangle.
For questions or to reserve space, please email email@example.com or call/text 919-257-7609 and ask for Gayle.
Kitchen has two refrigerators with icemakers, two ovens, two microwaves,
two coffee makers (large & small) and an industrial sink.
Boardroom has wireless wi-fi and a projector with portable screen available.
In the old "Teacherage," which is the house in back of the school where the teachers used to live, the space has been renovated into an office and is now the home of Mental Health in Orange County - www.MHAorangeco.org, whose Mission is to engage with local citizens to promote the mental health of our community and to improve the lives of our residents living with mental illnesses.
Shared Visions Retreat Center
3717 Murphey School Rd., Durham, NC 27705
The Shared Visions Retreat Center is located on the corner of NC 10 and Murphey School Rd, in the historic Murphey School in Orange County, NC. The property underwent a complete historic renovation from April 2008 to June 2010. In June 2009, the entire property was accepted in the National Register of Historic Places.