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:
- South Chapter: serving the Northern Peninsula (north of Bartlett's
Harbour) and Labrador South,
- Labrador East Chapter: serving Lake Melville, the North Coast and Black Tickle, north to Nain, and
- Labrador West Chapter, serving the Labrador West - Churchill Falls area.
Through the Grenfell Foundation, individuals, businesses, service clubs, and community organizations can help improve health care services in the region.