OMA Drop off Update

Drop Offs & Handling Merchandise

Due to safety concerns, we will not pick up donations from people’s homes for the time being. Due to the generous response of our Parishioners, Our Mother’s Attic received an enormous amount of donations for their inventory. With the store well stocked, drop offs will now take place on Fridays in the parish parking lot from 9 am—12 pm. You can also bring donations to the store 9 am—3 pm Monday through Friday. We will no longer be taking donations on Monday.

We do not accept any clothing.

We accept the following donations:

  • Kitchen Linens
  • Dishware
  • Appliances
  • Pots & pans
  • Home Decor
  • Decorative Pillows
  • Tools
  • Flat Screen Tvs
  • Jewelry
  • Toys
  • Christmas decorations
  • Rugs

At this time, we will not be accepting any mattresses or bedding.

We are taking the extra step of limiting the risk of contamination by giving a three day period between receiving donations and when it goes out on the sale floor. The store will be regularly disinfected.


OMA Store Opening & Protocols

We are incredibly excited to announce that our resale shop “Our Mother’s Attic” is open! However, please keep in mind that in order to ensure the safety of others, including our staff, there will be safety measures in place.

Cloth masks are required. Please be sure to keep your mouth and nose covered at all times. A plastic face shield is not enough to protect others from potential exposure.  We understand that not every place of business in our area is requiring masks, but our shop is in close quarters and we are taking every measure to ensure the safety of others.

Limited capacity and social distancing. We will be allowing only 10 people in the store at a time. Once that capacity is reached, we will ask people to form a queue outside of the store. Remember to keep 6 ft apart from others while in line and while shopping in the store. We kindly ask for patience with other customers and with members of our staff. By showing others respect and kindness, you become a shining example of Christ’s love.

Customers and staff must review the safety questions before entering the building.