Grenfell Foundation (South Chapter)

The Grenfell Foundation is a registered charitable organization created to support the work of Labrador-Grenfell Health. Funds raised are used for capital equipment, research, and staff development relating to the services provided by Labrador-Grenfell Health.

The Grenfell Foundation was established in 2002 to receive funds to be utilized towards the purchase of priority diagnostic medical equipment.  The Grenfell Foundation serves the Labrador-Grenfell Health region and includes three chapters:

Through the Grenfell Foundation, individuals, businesses, service clubs, and community organizations can help improve health care services in the region.

Thank You For Your Support

The Grenfell Foundation would like to thank everyone who has played a part in making it a successful foundation.  Funds raised are used to purchase capital equipment and support research and staff development relating to the services that Labrador-Grenfell Health provides.  We value and appreciate your support and applaud you in making medical services in our area more viable, reliable, efficient and effective.

Thank You for Caring and Making a Difference.

How You Can Help

Send Donation

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free. We also do accept standard cash and cheque donations at our office.

Become a Volunteer

You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change that will improve health care on the Great Northern Peninsula and Southern Labrador.

Host an Event

We encourage individuals, businesses, and organizations to host an event to raise funds that will help the Foundation purchase priority health care equipment for the region. You can make a difference today by signing up.


What People Say

The John M. Gray Center has proudly received a semi-automated external defibrillator (SAED) from the Grenfell Foundation. Having this piece of equipment readily available in the JMG Center allows staff to quickly respond to an emergency while awaiting the arrival of ambulance services. All JMG Staff are certified in CPR and the use of SAED in emergency situations when every second counts.

A cardiac arrest (when the heart stops beating) can strike anyone at any time. An emergency responder trained in CPR and SAED usage having this equipment available during an emergency doubles the victim’s chance of survival.

The staff, residents and family members of the JMG Center extend their sincere thanks for this donation of vital equipment.


Recent Causes

Your support of the Grenfell Foundation delivered new sleep recorders. These replaced aging equipment and brought the latest technology in the diagnosis of sleep apnea to people in the Great Northern Peninsula and Southern Labrador.

Photo depicts Grenfell Foundation Director, Elsie Slade left and respiratory therapist, Michael Simmonds.

Become a Volunteer

With the aim of helping as many people as possible, we always are seeking enthusiastic volunteers. Please contact us for more info.