The 100 Club is a 32,000-member non-profit organization that began in 1953, which provides financial support to the dependents of law enforcement officers and firefighters who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty in 32 counties surrounding Houston. For nearly 50 years, the organization focused on police officers, but in 2001, The 100 Club expanded to support firefighters. As new counties have been added and new public servants have been supported, the mission has always remained the same.
We financially support the dependents of heroes killed in the line of duty by paying off their home loan, vehicle loans, credit card debt, and providing a college education for their children, distributing an average of $300,000 per tragedy.
Scholarships that allow officers to further their education in criminal justice.
Support for Service Animals
Funding to replace all service animals who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty for law enforcement and fire departments within our coverage area.
They provide life-protecting equipment such as bulletproof vests, radio equipment, and armored personnel carriers.
None is available.
The 100 Club provides life-protecting equipment for law enforcement agencies in our 18-county coverage area. The process is as follows: