Services

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. No referral is need, walk in during business hours to access items.

 

 

 

Children are welcomed in the facility accompanied by an adult.

 

 

House of Manna attempts to accomplish its purpose by accepting donations  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 on a free-will offering basis.

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Clothing

Household Items

Furniture

Usable clothing: free from holes/rips and stains

Women's, Children's and Men's

Coats, jackets, clothes, gloves, work boots, snow boots, casual shoes, athletic shoes etc. 

Home Décor, bath towels, rugs, microwaves, coffee makers, blenders, toasters,

dishes, pots and pans, utensils, Tupperware and other kitchen essentials.

Bedding- free from holes/rips and stains. 

Cleaning supplies, vacuums, mops and brooms 

Non-Perishable, not expired, unopened food items.

All items must be in good condition and free from bedbugs, major rips or tears and stains. 

Mattresses and box springs, couches, love seats, recliners, dinning tables and chairs, coffee and end tables, night stands, etc..