Greenwich Human Services Department Fund

The Greenwich Department of Human Services (DHS) serves as a community bridge. In addition to providing direct services, they connect clients to the essential resources of the community. The purpose of the Greenwich Department of Human Services Fund is to solicit, receive and distribute philanthropic donations and other gifts of money, goods and services to benefit the various programs and activities of the DHS of the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut.

Greenwich Department of Human Services Fund Inc is a public charity with tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Contributions donated to GDHS Fund are fully tax-deductible.

The GDHS Fund Tax Identification Number (EID) is 82-1950012. The IRS letter granting GDHS Fund its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status is available upon request.

COVID Emergency Response Program

The Greenwich Department of Human Services Fund (DHS Fund) now welcomes contributions that will help meet the growing demand for services due to the stress caused by the COVID-19 virus. The Department has seen a significant increase in new referrals and anticipates a much greater caseload than usual in coming weeks. The increased demand is primarily for food, rental assistance, and assistance with utility payments.

Click here for Press Release: GDHS Fund - Help bridge the digital divide

We hope to raise $10,000 to purchase 50 computers for Department clients. An anonymous donor will match this amount to make it possible to purchase 100 computers.

Click here for Greenwich Times (2/27/21) article about Computer Drive initiative.

Featured Programs:

2022 Campership Program

The Greenwich Campership Program makes it possible for children from low income Greenwich families to enjoy a memorable and fun-filled experience at summer camp. Full and partial scholarships are available to many local day camps, as well as, a few sleep-away camps in Connecticut. Understanding the financial challenges faced by low income families, most camps provide discounted rates.

2022 Greenwich Youth Conservation Program

For 40 years, our town parks and beaches have benefited tremendously from the hard work of 14- and 15-year-olds who choose to spend part of their summer with the GYCP.