Community Service

Every member of the Greenwich Catholic School community is encouraged to live as a Disciple of Christ, serving all people by sharing the gifts and talents received from God. Consistent with this tenet and the GCS mission, students prepare for a life-long commitment to service and social responsibility. Here, a culture of service builds understanding and empathy so students can identify needs and affect positive change. Whether serving school, parish, local communities, or the world at large, GCS students fulfill not only a curricular requirement but also a call to make the world a better place.

Following are some of the initiatives and organizations that GCS students support:
Person-to-Person provides individuals and families with assistance to overcome daily challenges in times of need. Support includes financial assistance, food and
clothing, household necessities, and resources.
Neighbor to Neighbor
Neighbor to Neighbor supports Greenwich area residents in need with increased access to food, clothing, and basic living essentials in an atmosphere of
kindness and respect.
Inspirica strives to end homelessness and housing insecurity by helping individuals and families achieve stability through support services and affordable
housing. Students participate in meal preparation, delivery, and service.
Filling in the Blanks
Filling in the Blanks delivers weekend meals to children from 60 schools throughout Fairfield and Westchester Counties who are facing food insecurity.
Students 14 years and older help pack food for delivery.
Kids Helping Kids
The mission of Kids Helping Kids is to facilitate the development of leadership skills through youth-led service projects.  Students design and implement
projects that benefit other children in the community.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children: YES 2 (Youth Enrichment Services)
Volunteering, along with training, mentorship, events, and workshops helps students in grades 6–12 build leadership skills and confidence.