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:

Special Olympics South Carolina

Last year, 78 different law enforcement agencies in South Carolina raised $880,000 while increasing awareness for Special Olympics games and athletes. The Greenville Police Department participates in many events during the year to raise money for both the local and international organization.
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2017 Freezin’ for a Reason on Paris Mountain

GPD officers have formed a team to take on the Paris Mountain Polar Plunge, on Feb. 25, 2017, in support of Special Olympics South Carolina. Each officer needs to raise at least $50 to plunge, and you can help support this friendly competition.
Officer Ben Sanders has challenged the other GPD officers to see who can stay in the water the longest! Tell us which officer you think will win by donating to their page using the following links:

Police Mountain Bike Challenge

Greenville police officers will be participating in the 2017 Police Mountain Bike Challenge to benefit Special Olympics South Carolina. The South Carolina National Guard Armory is hosting the event on March 31, 2017, and the Greenville Police Department is excited to send a team, sponsored by Carolina Triathlon, to compete with more than 16 teams from across South Carolina.