The IGA is dedicated to keeping the spirit of service alive in Newfoundland and Labrador through the 21st century. Meet the people who keep Sir Grenfell’s mission going today:Facts & Figures Interactive Timeline
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The IGA has implemented an online application system for its Bursary Program.Read More
On Wednesday, September 28th, IGA Director Bob Simms and IGA Administrator Paul Canning attended the first ever Ham, Eggs and Hope Breakfast, put off by Hope Air, held at the Holiday Inn in St. John’s...Read More
Understanding where food comes from and learning the process of growing food is a skill that most people should have. The Community Food Hub along with staff from LGH Health Promotion and Primary Health Care, have been running a seedling program with the Grade 4 students at Queen of Peace Middle School in Happy Valley Goose Bay.Read More
The IGA Board of Directors met in St. John's on September 17, 2016, where it established its priorities for grants for next year. Please click "READ MORE" below to learn about IGA's priorities for 2017.Read More
Within the past year, the IGA granted $45,000 to the Labrador Institute to begin a unique, indigenous internship experience.Read More