TO HOUSE OF MANNA
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday, Wednesday & Friday 1-4 pm
~Drop Off Items Anytime~
1100 East Villard
Dickinson, ND 58601
Closed November 30th to December 4th
Pending any further coronavirus outbreaks, House of Manna will reopen on Monday, December 7th!
For the safety of our staff and the community, we are taking the following precautions which will be reevaluated every two weeks.
All clients and staff must wear masks.
Masks are not provided by House of Manna
Maintain social distancing of at least 6’.
A maximum of (10) clients may be inside the building at a time.
Browsing will be limited to (20) minutes per person.
Only (1) person per family is allowed at time.
No children under the age of (16).
We anticipate only being able to serve (90) clients per day.
So, please be patient with us as we attempt to reopen safely.
House of Manna assists those in emergency situations, but also those who do not have access to other services to meet their needs. This population consists of the needy, the working poor, welfare recipients, those who fall between the cracks of the social system, transients, senior citizens with limited income, and those hit by an unexpected crisis. The service area exceeds a one hundred mile radius of Dickinson, and includes all of southwestern North Dakota, as well as parts of Montana and South Dakota. People from as far away as Minnesota, Idaho, and Texas have accessed the services of House of Manna. Dickinson is a University town and as such, many National and International students have utilized the House of Manna services.
The House of Manna attempts to accomplish its purpose by accepting donations of usable clothing, household goods, beds, small appliances, furniture, and some food items. God supplies these items primarily through the generous donations from the citizens and businesses in the area and surrounding states. The items are sorted and organized, then made available to the needy on a free-will offering basis. The items of clothing that, for whatever reason, cannot be utilized, but are still clean and usable, have been sent to other areas of the world through a federal government program and the God’s Child project. In this way, the vast majority of items donated are utilized with little waste.
The House of Manna relies on monetary donations to assist with our operating expenses.
Additionally, we are always in need of donated items to help those in need. Donated Items Accepted by the House of Manna Include:
• Useable clothing
• Household goods
• Small appliances
• Some food items