Helping the Sick and Raising Health Awareness in Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique
Grenada Voluntary Hospital Committee
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The Grenada Voluntary Hospital Committee (GVHC) was formed by three Grenadian nurses in 1967.

 

It is a registered charity and is one of the oldest Grenadian-focused voluntary groups in Britain.

 

Grenada’s serving High Commissioner to London has traditionally been its Patron.

 

 

 
GVHC Objectives
 

·         The relief of the sickness in the state of Grenada, Carriacou and Petit Martinique, supporting the charitable work of hospitals and other similar institutions, by financial and material contributions.

·         The relief of the sickness in the Caribbean territories in such ways as the Executive Committee may from time to time decide and the rendering of relief to persons who are in circumstances of need, hardship and distress.

·         To raise the awareness of health issues amongst the African/Caribbean community in Britain.

 

 

 Current Members

 

President: Franklin Wellington

 

Chairperson:  Claude Sylvester, Vice Chairperson: Valerie Renwick

 

Treasurer:  Samuel Sandy, Vice Treasurer: Margaret Hall

Secretary: Tony Noel

 

Fund Raising Officers:

Zita Alexander

Agatha Clement

Nessa Cornwall

Anthony Fraser
Hermione Hutchinson
Louisa John
Francis John
Bernard Renwick

Margaret St John