The Grosse Pointe Shores Improvement Foundation provided hot cocoa for residents who attended the Village tree lighting ceremony on Sunday, Novemb
The Grosse Pointe Shores Improvement Foundation (GPSIF), is an all volunteer non-profit organization. GPSIF was established in 1984 by a group of Grosse Pointe Shores residents to initiate and fund community enhancements.
Some of your friends and neighbors may be trustees of the GPSIF. Talk to them about the reasons to join. Click here to view the list of trustees.
The Foundation is best known for the landscaping beautification and overall improvement of picturesque Lake Shore Road. In that important effort, the Foundation: planted hundreds of trees; replaced sod in the traffic islands and lake side areas; created landscape gardens, installed a sprinkler system and replaced old street signs with lighted signs.
In addition to the work on Lake Shore Road, the Foundation also helped with improvements and amenities for residents’ and guests’ enjoyment of the beautiful Grosse Pointe Shores Park such as the new playscape and park lighting.
The Foundation’s projects are wide ranging - from the practical to the aesthetic. The funds for these projects come directly from your contributions. Please become a member of GPSIF today and participate in the enhancement of our community.
Order your tickets now for the 2011 Grosse Pointe Shores Improvement Foundation Holiday Home Tour. The ticket order form is available on the websi
Rain didn't deter residents from bringing their children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews to enjoy the festivities at the city's 2011 "Boo Fest".
This Fall, the Foundation worked with the City to create a pickleball court at Osius park. Pickleball is a combination of Ping-Pong, tennis, and ba
Mark your calendar for three Holiday Events, a home tour, holiday brunch and plant sale.
If you weren't able to attend the GPSIF Schroeder Fieldhouse Dedication and Old Time Ice Cream Social, you still will be able to see the GPS histor
July 9th, 2011 marked the dedication day for the Schroeder Field House.
The Field House is near completion. The french drains are in, the sprinklers are in, the walls have received their first coat of paint, the ceilin