Lucci’s Clothing Store on 3rd Street

Hours:

Monday thru Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm

Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm

**** DONATIONS ACCEPTED during regular hours ****

**** Donations need to be clean and in good working condition ****

Lucci’s Too Housewares & Furnishings on 4th Street

Hours:

Monday thru Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm

Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm

**** DONATIONS ACCEPTED during regular hours ****

**** Donations need to be clean and in good working condition ****

Also a reminder to not leave donations or garbage outside as it is costing us money to dispose off.

Thank you for your understanding.
**** Volunteers work this location on Saturdays and are unable to assist with unloading. A cart is available.****

Resource Centre

Client Resource Services

The Resource Centre is open by phone only!

204-345-9901

(No walk-in appointments at this time.)

The recommendation is to shop only if needed, and to keep browsing to a minimum 

signWelcome to Mrs. Lucci’s

Mrs. Lucci’s has been a part of the community of Lac du Bonnet since August 1998 providing residents in the community and surrounding area with a variety of programs and services. Mrs. Lucci’s Resource Center was developed through the identification of various unmet needs within the region. The Centre is home to the Resource Centre, a second hand clothing store and a large multipurpose room. A second store (Lucci’s Too) with household items available is located on 4th Street.

Mrs. Lucci’s strives to be a learning organization. The programs, opportunities and services offered through Mrs. Lucci’s will be client focused, flexible and will work in partnership to:

  • create greater social support networks among community members
  • improve the social status of community members
  • maximize the early childhood development of all children within the community
  • ensure children & youth have the best possible resources, supports and skills needed to succeed throughout life
  • improve personal health practices and coping skills among community members
  • provide early intervention for families and individuals in need
  • provide advocacy, make referrals and access resources for clients in need of support
  • enhance communication among service providers.

Programming targets the entire community with a focus on populations in need. All programs and supports are individually focused, holistic in nature and will look to the Determinants of Health to ensure all aspects of health are addressed.

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Annual Report

The Annual Report will give you a better insight into the goals , programs and initiatives of Mrs. Lucci’s.

Mrs. Lucci’s Audited Financial Statements are available for public scrutiny upon request. A copy of the Financial Statements can be found posted on the bulletin board in the main lobby if you would like to read them. Any questions regarding the Financial Statements should be directed to either Karen Kost or Christine Bruneau.

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Awards

In 2011 Mrs. Lucci’s received the “HEROES OF MENTAL HEALTH AWARD”.

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Two Great Second Hand Stores

Clothing, Footwear, Jewelry, Accessories, Toys & Books

Our store featuring  previously enjoyed clothing, shoes, toys games, jewelry and accessories is located at Mrs. Lucci’s Resource Centre at 76 Third Street. This store will remain an integral part of the community by providing community groups with an opportunity to fund raise, and shoppers to purchase second hand goods. To date, the store has been pleased to contribute approximately $240,000.00 (as of December 2020) back to the community of Lac du Bonnet. Thank you to all of our community partners for your generous support!

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Lucci’s Too! Furniture & Housewares

Mrs-Luccis-TooOur second location featuring furniture, housewares and furnishings is located at 67 Park Avenue on the corner of Park Avenue  and Forth Street (please use the side entrance facing Fourth Street).

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COMMUNITY CAPACITY BUILDING

Every year, Mrs. Lucci’s has provided services and/or supports to over 300 individuals in the community. All services, supports and programs are developed based on community needs and exist to fill in gaps in service delivery.

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