HERO’s Alliance Lac du Bonnet2022-01-27T15:48:39+00:00



Helping Everyone Reach Out to Support

The HEROS Alliance believes that everyone can reach their full potential by enhancing the overall health, wellness and acceptance of people living in the Lac du Bonnet area.

Working with the community of Lac du Bonnet, HEROS Alliance will work towards:

  • Connecting people to existing resources and services provided in Lac du Bonnet.

  • Identifying and addressing community needs within an interagency approach that is community-driven, information-based and action-oriented.

  • Collectively advocating for additional support services to better meet our community’s needs.

  • Developing new health and wellness programs and services for Lac du Bonnet.

  • Partnering with existing agencies to ensure sustainable operations of newly developed health and wellness programs and services in our community.

  • Networking and combining resources to achieve our goals and to strengthen our collective community.


Lac du Bonnet’s community is strong, but there is always room for growth. COVID-19 has brought about a significant change in our daily lives, and we must work harder to ensure that we are taking care of everyone through these changes.

At HEROS Alliance, we want to help our community achieve greatness by working towards:

  • Helping you connect with yourself, with your friends and family, with your co-workers, and with the community of Lac du Bonnet.

  • Encouraging you to be active and take full advantage of the many wonderful resources we have available to us.

  • Motivating you to keep learning, growing, and developing your skills.

  • Providing you with tools and resources to take notice of yourself and what is happening in the community around us.

  • Inspiring you to pay it forward by giving back to our community, be it through financial donations, volunteer time, enthusiasm, or whatever is possible for you to offer.

When we work together, we can all become #ldbHEROS to strengthen Lac du Bonnet’s well-being and a sense of belonging for all people.


Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.

COVID-19 has had a significant and negative impact on Food Security for many people and families in our community. HEROS Alliance is taking a leadership role to pull the community together to offer support, programming, and projects to ensure that everyone in Lac du Bonnet can access safe and nutritious food.

When we work together, we can all become #ldbHEROS to strengthen Lac du Bonnet’s well-being and a sense of belonging for all people.

Food Security Resources in LdB

At HEROS Alliance, we want to help our community achieve food security for all. Please have a look at the resources available to you in the Community Food Resources link below.

  • Lunch Is On Us: supported by HEROS Alliance Food Security Network, The Lions Club, Mrs. Lucci’s Family Resource Centre, Lac du Bonnet and District Charitable Foundation, The Lac du Bonnet Arena, and many volunteers and individual donations.

  • Lac du Bonnet: Let’s Do Lunch at Park Manor, Wednesdays and Fridays. Contact Dianne at 204-345-2228

  • Pinawa: Shirley’s Kitchen at Vanier Centre, Mondays and Wednesdays. Contact Shirley at: 204-753-2087

  • Congregate Meal Program is a hot lunch program for seniors and persons living with a disability.

  • Meal and Ingredient Bags: Stuck on Meal Ideas? Call Kristen Ticknor at 204-345-1230 for a nutritious, pre-portioned package of ingredients for a great meal! The food bank also offers the meal bags. They change all the time.

  • Lac du Bonnet Food Security Network works together for solutions for food insecurity in the region. If you’d like to learn more call 204-345-1230.

Download the Community Resource Guide

More Food Security Resources

  • Getty Stewart is a Home Economist in Manitoba who teaches about cooking, and raises awareness about food security, food waste and food prices. check out this excellent site.

  • Food Secure Canada is working to advance food security and food sovereignty through three goals: zero hunger, healthy and safe food, and sustainable food systems.

  • Community Food Centres Canada: Supporting organizations working for food security and overall health.


The Health and Wellness of a community starts with the physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual wellness of every person in the community. Given the ever-changing events occurring around COVID-19, it has never been more important to safeguard your mental wellness and the wellness of those in our community.

At HEROS Alliance, we want to help our community achieve personal Health and Wellness by working towards:

  • Developing mental health resources and ensuring current resources are accessible to Lac du Bonnet to address COVID-19.

  • Expanding the availability of Counselling services in Lac du Bonnet.

  • Enhancing the group education programs available in the community.

  • Fostering a Health and Wellness community that is supportive, nurturing, and available for everyone in Lac du Bonnet.

When we work together, we can all become #ldbHEROS to strengthen Lac du Bonnet’s well-being and a sense of belonging for all people.


Parent and Education Resources

Links from the site to third-party sites do not constitute an endorsement by HERO’S Alliance of the parties or their products and services. We will be updating this resource list. Visitors are free to explore resources for their own purposes.


These everyday heroes and the Town of Lac du Bonnet made the pilot year for the Lac du Bonnet Community Garden get off to a great start. The Town provided water totes and Brent, Aaron and David happily delivered them! Along with the totes, they lent us pallets and set up recycling and garbage bins. They also made weekly visits for garbage and recycling pick up at the garden. The Lac du Bonnet Community Garden extends a huge thank you to the Town and Brent, Aaron and David for their generosity and enthusiasm. There are #heroesamongus!


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HERO’S Alliance is grateful for donations and funding from individuals and organizations that allow us to support well-being, mental health and food security in the Lac du Bonnet Region. Our Funders include: The Lac du Bonnet & District Charitable Foundation, The Thomas Sill Foundation, Lac du Bonnet Ice Fishing Derby, Andrew Dunn Foundation, Mrs. Lucci’s Family Resource Centre, Community Foundations of Canada including the Community Emergency Support Fund and the Healthy Communities Initiative Fund, and Shepherd’s Purse.


The Town of Lac du Bonnet, Mrs. Lucci’s Family Resource Centre, Community Futures Winnipeg River, Lac du Bonnet & Area Food Bank, Interlake Eastern Regional Health Authority, Centennial Elementary School, Lac du Bonnet Senior School, Lac du Bonnet Youth Recreation Centre, Lac du Bonnet Arena, Two Rivers Services to Seniors, Abundant Life Chapel, Lac du Bonnet Lions Club, St. John’s Arts and Cultural Centre, Closer Connections Counselling.


Donations not requiring a tax receipt can be made to HERO’S Alliance and mailed to Box 1931, Lac du Bonnet, MB, R0E 1A0

If you require a tax receipt, donations to HERO’S may be made by cash, cheque, money order, debit and e-transfer.

All payments may be made in person at the Town Office on 84 Second St., Lac du Bonnet.

For e-transfers, please email or call for details.




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