Angels Attic provides financial support for the HOPE Calloway and Murray-Calloway Need Line and supports other community charities through the sale of donated items.
Murray-Calloway County Need Line
The Murray-Calloway County Need Line is a non-profit food pantry. Need Line’s mission is to feed the hungry, to assist with basic needs, and to provide a bridge to wellness and financial security through education, counseling and advocacy for the citizens of Calloway County. More at needlinemcc.com
HOPE Calloway provides a comprehensive approach to tackling homelessness in Murray and Calloway County, Kentucky. More at hopecalloway.org
Mike Crook has served as the Angels Attic Store Manager since 2010. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Mike has lived in Murray for over 20 years. Mike is a licensed and ordained Southern Baptist Minister, holding a Master’s Degree in Church Music from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.
Board of Directors
|Bonnie Higginson, Chair |
Phone: (270) 293-1672
|Donna Herndon||Ethelyn Loberger|
|Bobby Martin, Vice Chair||Ty Holtgrewe||Chris Taylor|
|Michael Pickens, Treasurer||Erika Mehta||Greg Taylor|
|Sara Jones, Secretary||Kathy Kopperud||Anna Thornton|
|Jennifer Billington||Jeff Liles||Eric Penniston|
Angels Attic Thrift Shop was founded July 11, 2002 by St. John’s Episcopal Church, with proceeds benefiting the Murray/Calloway County community with over $2.5 million dollars to support the Angels Community Clinic.
We assist about 350 people each year through our voucher referral program, giving away some $13,000 in merchandise to those in need identified to us by various local organizations, such as: Red Cross, Calloway County School Family Resource Youth Service Center, Community Based Services, HOPE Calloway, Murray City School Resource Center, and Need Line.
We loan various medical equipment (i.e. wheel chairs, walkers, and canes) to those in need free of charge.
We provide full-time and part-time employment, including the disadvantaged as well as provides work release opportunities.
We have over 35 regular volunteers who help us in our mission.
In 2005, we served as a clearing house for clothing and household item donations to Katrina evacuees.