With our "Thank You" discounts, various charitable donations, and involvement in non-profit organizations, The Barn at Valhalla is committed to growing the local community and beyond.
We are very proud to have sponsored a wide variety of local events and we continue to support community efforts, art performances, business launches, unique catered dinners, and wellness seminars. We believe in working together to create a community that we can be proud of and we consider ourselves lucky to be apart of this one.
To give back, we offer a "Thank You" discount to those serving our community: military, police, nurses, EMTs, teachers, and firefighters. It's our way of making sure you are aware of how much we appreciate you and your efforts.
Mission of Extraordinary Ventures (EV): We employ young men and women with autism and other developmental disabilities. We create jobs and fund our programs through our space rental business as well as laundry services and other ventures.
About EV: Based in the university town of Chapel Hill, NC, Extraordinary Ventures, Inc. (EV) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that creates and nurtures self-sustaining small businesses designed around the skills of the young adults with autism and developmental disabilities that serve as its workforce.
The Barn at Valhalla proudly achieved Platinum Level Business Donors with the Habitat for Humanity.
About Habitat ReStore: The Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a nonprofit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials, and appliances to the public at a fraction of the retail price. The Habitat for Humanity Restore is proudly owned and operate by local Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Durham and Orange counties, and proceeds are used to build homes, community, and hope locally and around the world.
Mission of Heeling Flowers: "Our mission at Heeling Flowers is to repurpose flowers and deliver them to patients at UNC Hospitals."
About Heeling Flowers: "We were inspired by stories like this one (http://www.upworthy.com/most-people-throw-away-hundreds-of-flowers-after-their-wedding-she-puts-them-back-to-work) to create a local flower recycling project. Our mission is to repurpose flowers from local events and prepare flower arrangements that will be given to patients at UNC Hospitals. The bouquets delivered to UNC Hospitals are anonymous and will just let patients know that someone is thinking of them."
How you can help: "E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a flower pickup after your event. We accept all flowers and vases and one of our volunteers will come pick up donations without any cost to you. Or, check us out on Facebook!"