What We’ve Achieved

$681K

IGA funded 48 grants in Happy Valley - Goose Bay in the past 6 years, many of these have been awarded to Labrador Grenfell Health.

$28.3 Million

Has been granted by the IGA to various projects in our region since 1997!

In summary, 57%  of all grants awarded was to applications submitted by women, 30% of all grants awarded was to applications submitted by men, and 12% of all grants awarded was to applications submitted by doctors!

$6.3 Million

Has been granted by the IGA over the past 5 years... representing just over 46% of the total funding requested!

Of the $6.3 million granted by the IGA over the past 5 years, 49% has been awarded to community groups, 24% to research and historical projects, 22% to Labrador Grenfell Health, and 5% to schools through the NL English School District!

51 SEPARATE COMMUNITIES

Were granted IGA funding from 2014 to 2018!

Happy Valley-Goose Bay and St. Anthony are the largest recipients of IGA grants based on volume and value respectively.

In 1997, the IGA received 67 applications worth $5.6 million... an average of about $83,000 per grant. In 2019, the IGA received 79 applications worth about $2.2 million... an average of about $27,800 per grant!

$460K

Awarded to preserve Dr. Grenfell's legacy through the Grenfell Historical Society and The Rooms!

The smallest grant awarded by the IGA over the past 5 years was $500 and the largest was $450,000!

$334K

In Bursaries were awarded by the IGA to 100 students from our region in the 2020-2021 academic year that started in September 2020!

Since 1997

The IGA has awarded 323 grants totaling $14,933,358 to Labrador Grenfell Health and its predecessors, Grenfell Regional Health Services and  Health Labrador Corporation!

Since 2019,

$225,100 has been granted by the IGA to support Arts and Culture initiatives which is a new pillar in the IGA strategic plan!

In 2020, the IGA awarded 66 grants in excess of $1.3 Million!