Please visit the websites of our community partners and the numerous community organizations that provide programs, events and resources for the youth and families of Greenwich.
Community Partners are independent, not-for-profit organizations that exist in sole support of the Greenwich Public Schools (GPS), providing programs, services, fund-raising activities, recognition programs, and more to support the GPS community.
Community Organizations included here are independent, not-for-profit organizations that serve youth and families in our local community. This listing is not intended to be comprehensive. If you would like your organization to be posted here, please submit requests to the Superintendent's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Community Organization websites and the content therein are not officially affiliated with the Greenwich Public Schools (GPS) and the GPS are not responsible for the content contained within these websites.
- Greenwich Alliance for Education
- Greenwich Distinguished Teachers Awards Committee
- Greenwich PTA Council
"The Greenwich Alliance for Education mobilizes community resources to provide opportunities and services that foster educational success for all Greenwich Public School students. We define “educational success” for students as the ability to pursue further education and/or to work to support oneself after graduation."
"PTA Council is the umbrella organization formed by the fifteen PTAs of the Greenwich Public Schools. PTA Council's main roles are to coordinate PTA efforts and programs, to advocate with a unified voice, to facilitate communication, to interface with outside organizations such as the school system administration and town authorities, to be the liaison for the state and national PTAs, to promote cooperation and sharing of information, and to provide training and support."
- Audubon Greenwich
- Camp Soundwaters
- Community Answers
- Cooperative Educational Services (CES)
- Greenwich Arts Council
- Greenwich Audubon
- Greenwich Boy Scouts
- Greenwich Boys and Girls Club
- Greenwich Conservation Commission
- Greenwich First Selectman's Diversity Advisory Committee
- Greenwich Library
- Greenwich Middle Schools 17th Ice Hockey Challenge (3/20 - 3/23/17)
- Greenwich Parks and Recreation
- Greenwich Newcomers Club
- Greenwich YMCA
- Greenwich YWCA
- Junior League of Greenwich
- Neighbor to Neighbor
- Old Greenwich Riverside Community Center (OGRCC)
- United Way of Greenwich
"In 2012 the Greenwich Council, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) celebrated its 100th Anniversary. Chartered in 1912, with noted author, naturalist and BSA founder Ernest Thompson Seton as the first Council President, Greenwich Scouting has been delivering quality programs to local youth for over 100 years."
"For 100 years, the Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich has offered Greenwich kids a safe place to learn and grow – and have fun at the same time. Our staff and board are committed to providing high-quality educational programs, building a sense of character and citizenship, maintaining diversity, and offering kids a safe, nurturing, and affordable environment."
"The Greenwich Library system consists of the Main Library and its Byram Shubert and Cos Cob branches. With 1,400 programs and events per year, the Library seeks to serve as the cultural and intellectual crossroads of the community."
"The Town of Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation is comprised of a team of recreation professionals who provide high quality leisure opportunities. The team fosters a sense of community spirit and civic responsibility through the use and preservation of the Town's natural resources for the enjoyment of current and future generations."
"The Greenwich YMCA has provided vital programs and services to the Greenwich community and beyond for 100 years. The Greenwich YMCA Mission is to bring together and strengthen the community through programs and services that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all men, women and children."
The Junior League of Greenwich is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
"Greenwich United Way has been a trusted partner of the Greenwich community, government and local organizations since 1933. We have focused on community solutions in the areas of education, financial stability and health for over 80 years."