Support the Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund

Calling all car enthusiasts. Come check out some cool rides while supporting the Greenwich Police Dept Scholarship Fund at the 2024 GPD Benefit Car Show.

The event will occur from 10:00pm to 2:00pm on June 8, 2024, at Greenwich Town Hall on Field Point Road. (Rain date: June 9, 2024)

Classic, antique, custom, and exotic cars, motorcycles, and vintage fire trucks will be on display, and the entrance is free for attendees.

“The Town of Greenwich Police Department is proud of its long-standing reputation for supporting its officers and their families,” said Chief of Police James Heavey. “By attending or participating in the 3rd Annual GPD Car show, you are directly contributing to the education and future success of the deserving children of Greenwich Police Officers. We would especially like to thank our generous sponsors, who are setting a great example of impact and support.”

To date, sponsors include Broken Silence Custom Car Audio, Cadillac of Greenwich, The First Bank of Greenwich, Freccia Brothers Garage, Free Rein Coffee Company, Frenzy Design Studio, Greenwich Sentinel, Greenwich Magazine/Moffly Media, Highland Sewer and Drain, Renewal by Anderson, TB12 Service and Z2 Motorsports, LLC.

The 2024 GPD Benefit Car Show Trophy Sponsors are Greenwich Old Timer’s Association, Putnam Shell Greenwich Shell, Round Hill Sevice Station, Glenville Shell, Jonathan Asch, Dave Cappuzzello Painting & Paperhanging and Parsonage Cottage Senior Residence.

The Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund invites car owners to sign up for early-bird pre-registration by May 31. As space is limited, vehicles will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is $20 per vehicle. To register for the show, go to:


The event is open to car clubs. If space permits, same-day registration will be accepted at the entrance at $25 per vehicle. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund.

The family-fun event will include a DJ, a 50/50 drawing, food trucks, and more. Sponsorship opportunities start at just $50 and $250 to participate as an on-site sponsor. Automobile dealership opportunities begin at $500, including on-site participation and a vehicle to display on-site.

Children of Greenwich Police officers who qualify by ability and character for undergraduate studies are eligible to receive financial assistance from the Greenwich Police Department’s Scholarship Fund.

For more information or if you would like to become a sponsor, please call (203) 622.7884 or go to

Greenwich Police Scholarship Donations The Greenwich Police Scholarship Fund grants financial assistance to the children of active Greenwich Police Officers, who qualify by ability and character.

1964 Plymouth owned by Retired Officer and current Dispatcher Mark Wilson


The Greenwich Police Department is asking for the community’s support of the Greenwich Police Department’s Scholarship Fund. Every contribution, however big or small, is so valuable for the future of our children. The Greenwich Police Department Scholarship Fund, incorporated in December of 1962, was granted tax-exempt status under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code in November 1963.

In 1963, three scholarships were awarded, which represented 80% of the fund’s available resources at that time. Now almost 60 years later, there are approximately 20 applicants each year, supporting both college boarders and half scholarships to college commuters. They must be enrolled as full-time students and maintain an academic GPA of 2.75 or better.

To donate, The fund is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of four individuals whose roles in the community ensure the Board’s self-perpetuation. These individuals are the Chief of Police, the Greenwich High School Headmaster, a Town Attorney, and a highly reputable and concerned volunteer from Greenwich’s business community. The Office of the Chief of Police is responsible for the day-to-day administration of its activities. Scholarship awards, however, are awarded after review and a vote by the Board.