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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Here, IGA Director, Bob Simms presents the cheque to Ms. Jennifer Hefler-Elson (L), Executive Director, and Ms. Darlene Curl (middle), during the Labrador Friendship Centre's AGM on June 15th.Read More
The Grenfell Association of Great Britain & Ireland (GAGBI), one of the IGA's supporting organizations, was recently invited to join in the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations in London, England. The Patron's Lunch was a chance to celebrate over 600 charities & organizations under her patronage.Read More
The IGA recently assisted the St. Barbe Development Association in Plum Point with the implementation of a youth fitness program for the area's younger people.Read More
Much of the equipment was made possible by two IGA grants in the past two years, totaling $9000.Read More
Helped by IGA funding, Food First NL is continuing to develop new relationships with stakeholder organizations.Read More
The 250th Anniversary of the British-Inuit Treaty Celebrations took place throughout the past year, with the big festivities happening in Mary’s Harbour on August 20-21, 2015. Traditional sealskin craft-making workshops (slipper-making, mitt-making, bracelet-making, etc.) were offered to people throughout Labrador. This has been an opportunity to bring youth and elders together – as well as, others – to help keep the region's culture and heritage alive.Read More