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Grenada

Grenada Red Cross Society

At the Water’s Edge: The Nature Conservancy works with the Grenada Red Cross Society on environmental resilience

At the Water’s Edge: The Nature Conservancy works with the Grenada Red Cross Society on environmental resilience

Many communities found in the Eastern Caribbean are prone to hazards such as storms...

Ride the BUS in Grenada and learn about HIV/AIDS

If you happen to visit the Caribbean island of Grenada and a young person in a Red Cross T-shirt suggests you ‘ride the bus’, don’t take them literally.

Battered Grenada prepares for upcoming hurricane season

Battered Grenada prepares for upcoming hurricane season

Shirlane Joseph was just one of the many people left without a home in Grenada after hurricane Ivan ripped through the Caribbean in September last year.

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Contact details

Address:

Upper Lucas Street
P.O. Box 551
St. George's

Postal Address:

P.O. Box 551
St. George's

Contact Information:

Tel: (001473) 440-1829
Fax: (001473) 440-1829
Email: grercs@spiceisle.com
Web: http://www.grenadaredcross.org

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Vacant position
  • Director General: Mr Terry CHARLES
  • Head of Finance/Head of Strategic Planning,Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting: Ms Cindy LEWIS
  • Head of Communications: Ms Kaddy BAPTISTE
  • Head of Youth and Volunteer Development: Mrs Jackeline BARTHOLOMEW

Latest appeals

8 October 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Operation update no. 2
6 October 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Emergency Appeal Revision 1
22 September 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Operation Update no. 1
11 September 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Donor Response
9 September 2017
Hurricane Irma - St Kitts and Antigua. (MDR49009)
Port of Spain country cluster - Emergency Appeal

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