Heaven's Attic, Manna House Resale, offers new and gently used clothing for the whole family, as well as a wide variety of household goods, small appliances, and furniture.
Whether you’re hunting for one-of-a-kind treasures or shopping to help your dollar go further, each time you shop at Heaven's Attic, you're providing food to a neighbor fighting hunger in our community. Proceeds from Heaven's Attic resale boutique support up to 75% of Manna House's outreach efforts and operations each year.
Last year, thanks to our loyal shoppers and generous donors, Manna House was able to feed over 16,000 people in our community, help approximately 400 families keep their utilities on, and much more!
With the health of our staff and shoppers as our top priority, the stores undergo extensive, regular sanitization. To promote 6 ft social distancing, no more than 17 people will be allowed in the store at one time.
We appreciate all the love and support throughout this challenging time and look forward to seeing you soon!
Heaven’s Attic, Manna House Resale, asked Ellis County to help design a new logo that represented the mission and vision of the Heaven’s Attic brand.
On May 13th, Claire Pustejovsky, a 7th-grade student taking graphic design at Frank Seale Middle School, was recognized by the community, Manna House staff and board members, and Midlothian ISD school administration for designing the winning logo for Heaven’s Attic, Manna House Resale.
The logo competition received nearly 30 entries from the residents and students in Ellis County. The winning logo, created by Pustejovsky, will be used in all marketing efforts representing Heaven’s Attic, including the website, social media, brochures, and signage. Claire has also won a $100 gift card to Heaven’s Attic.
"We offer gently used and new clothing for the family at great bargains to our customers. We also have good buys on used household items, small appliances, and furniture. Our inventory changes daily, so visit often! Donation drop-off at back of store (alley)."
Fresh meats, canned vegetables, chili/stews, fruits, soups, cereals, cooking supplies, other dry ingredients and boxed goods.
New and "gently" used items
NO TVs or Mattresses / Box Springs
Gently used toys that are not broken or missing pieces
Manna House is chartered by the state of Texas as a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. It is governed by a board of directors from local churches. Donations made to Manna House are tax deductible in accordance with current tax regulations.