The Grenada Red Cross Society (GRCS) is one of 192 National Societies that make up the
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). GRCS is one of sixteen
English-speaking National Societies within the Caribbean. The Grenada Red Cross Society started as a Branch of the British Red Cross following the devastation of the island by Hurricane Janet in 1955. It became an independent National Society in August 1987 and is headquartered in the country’s capital city, St. George.
To serve humanity through the promotion of health and safety, disaster preparedness and response, social welfare, and youth programs.
To Collectively Building a More Resilient Grenada – One Person, One Community at a Time.