The Greenville Police Department is proud to support our community and local charitable organizations through participation in various outreach activities and fundraising.
There are many ways in which we support the community, and many ways for the community to support us. If you want to make a donation for use by the Greenville Police Department, you may donate to the Greenville Police Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
Learn about some of our activities to see how you can help support our interests in local charities and events:
Officer Munoz talks to a group of students.
Officer Munoz and Lopez hand out toys to children at the Shriner's Hospital.
Officers Lepak, Franco, Sample, Leewood, and Sergeant Irick declared the Special Olympics Basketball Invitational open on Feb 10, 2017.
The athletes at the 2017 Special Olympics Area 4 Basketball Invitational were excited to meet Greenville police officers.
Greenville Police Department Events
Habitat for humanity "bridge Builder" home build
Habitat for Humanity, a leading voice for affordable housing initiatives in South Carolina, is proud to announce the launch of its Bridge Builder series, a set of home construction projects designed to foster greater connection, cooperation and goodwill among disparate groups in our local community. The first build in the series will pair volunteers from local African American churches with volunteers from the Greenville Police Department and Christ Church Episcopal to build a home for an area family in need.
Upstate Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics
Greenville Police joined with other Upstate law enforcement agencies to run to Columbia in the 2019 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics on May 4-5, 2019. This 126-mile relay coincides with other relays from around the state and concluded on May 5th on the steps of the Statehouse in Columbia.
Christmas in july 2019
In July of 2019, the Greenville Police Department and Greenville City Fire Department partnered together to collect new toys for children undergoing treatments at the Shriners Hospital For Children in Greenville. Over the course of just one day, hundreds of toys were collected by the departments and handed out to children at the hospital.