Membership is open to individuals who share the beliefs and objectives of The 100 Club. Categories include Active or Retired Police or Fire ($50/year), Individual ($100/year), and Lifetime at a one-time cost of $1,000. All dues are tax deductible.
The 100 Club of Rhode Island was founded in 1972 by a group of local businessmen as a private charitable organization. Its primary mission is to provide financial assistance to the families of police officers, firefighters and paramedics who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
How often have you wanted to thank an officer or firefighter? Here is your chance to support those who keep you safe. If you share the beliefs and objectives of The 100 Club of Rhode Island, here is your opportunity to help.
Save the Date!
Our 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, August 19, 2019.
The 100 Club of Rhode Island, dedicated to providing scholarships and financial aid to the families of Rhode Island active duty police and firefighters is holding their 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament. We respectfully request your support to help this worthy cause, and encourage you to consider inviting a police officer or firefighter to play!
Club of RI Scholarship Committee received 40 applications this year, 13 from
the police community and 27 from the fire community. With the approval of the
Board of Directors the committee was able to select 8 recipients, 4 from the
police community and 4 from the fire community. Each scholarship recipient will receive $2,500 for each academic year
for a total of $10,000. Each recipient received their Award Certificates at our
Annual Awards and Recognition Banquet at the Squantum Association.
On September 13, 2019, 100 Club of Rhode Island’s Vice President, Joseph Terino, Jr., presented a check for $1,000 to the chief of the Portsmouth Police Department. The plaque for their new Dispatch Center building can be seen in the background.