Our Boys & Girls Club has been a cornerstone of the Greenwich community since we first opened our doors in 1910. We provide a safe, structured environment for young people centered around our core values of inclusion, respect, safety, accountability, and teamwork. We help youth ages 6-18 from all backgrounds to reach their full potential with program areas including academic support and enrichment, healthy lifestyles, character development, college prep and workforce training, and recreation and sports leadership leagues.
Greenwich Parks and Recreation is dedicated to creating wholesome and beneficial leisure experiences for all Greenwich residents through high quality public recreational opportunities via parks, programs and facilities. It includes four Divisions (Recreation, Parks and Trees, Marine and Facility Operations, and the Griffith E. Harris Golf Course) that provide services such as public property maintenance, athletic fields, care for roadside/town property trees, operation of municipal beaches and ferry services, operation of the 18-hole Robert Trent Jones designed golf course and more.
We are an inclusive automotive community where all are welcomed, valued and belong regardless of race, gender, age or car preference. We are united by our shared passion for driving, our commitment to preserve car culture for future generations and our desire to make a positive impact in the world.
Kids In Crisis provides emergency shelter, crisis counseling, and community education programs for children of all ages and families facing crisis. Crisis can include domestic violence, mental health concerns, homelessness, substance abuse, economic difficulties, and other critical challenges. The Kids In Crisis Helpline is staffed 24 hours a day with trained Crisis Counselors, and provides free, confidential phone and face-to-face intervention, counseling, and referrals. Since its founding in 1978, Kids In Crisis has provided vital 24-hour services to more than 160,000 children and teens, and their families.
TAG-The Transportation Association of Greenwich commenced business in 1984 as a private non-profit organization whose mission was to provide specialized transportation in the Town of Greenwich. Our mission is to serve seniors (60+) and people of any age that are disabled with dignity and respect by providing specialized transportation to get them to where they need to go. In addition, TAG also serves school aged youth and other members of the community looking for cost effective transportation and reliable service.
If you want to immerse yourself in fun, car-centric events, we’d love to talk to you about our volunteer positions. We’re sure you’ll have a good time while also helping to keep our car culture thriving. Along with our gratitude, all volunteers receive lunch on the days they help, an official Greenwich Concours d’Elegance volunteer shirt and many more goodies. Continue the conversation with us by completing the form below to reach our Volunteer Coordinator.