Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.
Dottie Weil, founder
Dottie Weil started Angels Attic over 35 years ago inspired by her story as a young, single mother of three. She was forced to dumpster dive to find things she needed to survive. Through this experience she knew as soon as she was back on her feet, she wanted to help people in need.
"We Gives away things people no longer need to people who really need them" explains Dottie. " It's basically a thrift store where everything is free."
Angels Attic began operating from the food pantry that Dottie established at a local church. Angels Attic outgrew the church space and moved to Dottie's own backyard in container units.
" Items are available for people in need. We have no register. We are a simple ministry of God"
Angels Attic moved from Dottie's backyard after connecting with some wonderful benefactors, including Walt and Renee Eppard who purchased the space we are currently working out of today.
Dottie relies on volunteers to help the business grow. Together they sort daily donations, provide help for anyone who comes to the store and schedules large donations such as furniture.
"It is a labor of love and it is a wonderful feeling knowing you helped someone who really needs a break."