The Center for Organizing, Renewal & Leadership (CORAL) is a place of resting, reigniting and reimagining. Based in Antipolo, Rizal Province, The Philippines. CORAL intentionally welcomes feminist, anti-racist and environmental justice movement builders, youth organizers, Unitarian Universalists and religious liberals for retreat, radical imagination and resource sharing.

The Center for Organizing, Renewal & Leadership (CORAL) runs a small retreat, ceremonial and organizing space in the foothills of the Sierra Madre of Luzon, The Philippines. Here amidst the avocado, tipolo and mango trees we have an indoor community room that seats 25, an outdoor garden with stage for 75, a rooftop with incredible views of Manila Bay with room for 50, and a small overnight private guest house. We call our place "Balai Diwata", loosely translated from Visayan and Tagalog it means "House of Spirits". Email us at info@coralph.org for more details.


We are building bridges across the Pacific Ocean and beyond. Reach out if you're envisioning a CORAL experience and would like to consider a visit to our Balai Diwata Retreat, host a program in one of our spaces, or discuss how we can support you.

We welcome your inquiries at info@coralph.org or via our Facebook Page. We are a volunteer collective so please forgive us for any delays.


Learn more about social justice organizations, resource websites and art that have inspired CORAL here . We also invite you to checkout our Free Library featuring feminist, Unitarian Universalist, progressive Christian, social justice and decolonizing literature. We welcome book donations.