B.L.I.S.S. of Lunenburg, Inc.

Our Location (The Old Western Auto)


 
 
 Come on out and save a lot of money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  We are here for our community!!!
 
 

Important Information

We have been informed that our current location will be placed up for sale and at the end of October 31, 2017 our lease will be up.  We are currently looking for a new business location.  We would like to stay in the Victoria area.  We would like for the new building to be bigger than the current one.  Our ideal location is the Old Southside Furniture Building.  We are in the process of collecting donations toward our building fund.  Please consider donating to this great cause.  We can give you a tax receipt to assist you with your taxes.

Building Lifeskills and Independence through Social Skills and Safety

We have our 501(c) (3) status.  Our goal is to work with disabled youth and adults and unskilled workers to provide them with training in retail sales.  Currently, all individuals are volunteering for this training. 

Our partnership includes Southside Virginia Community College Workforce Youth Development, Adult Justice Court System for the Piedmont area, Lunenburg Social Services, and the Juvenile Justice Court System in Lunenburg. 

 Bliss offers work readiness skills training for teenagers and disabled workers.  

Our long-term goal is to be able to employ these workers.  With your donations and support, we CAN reach this goal.  Thanks for all of your support!  Lena Hipps-Clarke Founder

Thrift Store

Come and check us out at 1806 Main Street in Victoria, VA.

Operating Hours

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday  9:00 am till 5:00 pm

Wednesday 9:00 am till 2:00 pm  

Friday 9:00 am till 5:00 pm

Saturday   9:00 am till 2:00 pm

Donations

Please call 434-696-1330 or 434-294-8018 to schedule pick up of large donations.  You may also drop them off at 1806 Main Street Victoria, VA during regular business hours.

Charity of the Month

 The charity of the month for the month of July and August is the Health Services of Lunenburg. 

Members

Lena Hipps-Clarke, Founder              Velma Lewis      Clarence Clarke                                        

Lisa Hazelwood                                 JoAnne Doty