We Help the Families of Fallen First Responders

We Help the Families of Fallen First Responders

Within 24 to 48 hours after notification of a fallen police officer or firefighter in the line of duty, the 100 Club is there to help with financial assistance.

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Join or Renew Your Membership Today!

Join or Renew Your Membership Today!

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.

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The History of the 100 Club

The History of the 100 Club

The first 100 Club was founded in 1952 by Detroit auto dealer William Packer when he wrote to 100 of his friends asking for assistance for a fallen patrolman’s young widow and unborn child.

Our Story

Our Story

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.

The 100 Club of Rhode Island is a group of thoughtful and grateful individuals who are mindful of the daily risks taken by police officers and firefighters.

A message from the President of the 100 Club of Rhode Island. Learn why we think what we do is so important.

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.

Our Impact in the Community

The 100 Club is committed to being there for the families of fallen first responders in those first crucial hours. But our help doesn\'t stop there. From the Valor Award to annual scholarships, we are continually finding ways to recognize the bravery and sacrifices of our police, firefighters and EMTs.

Cash Assistance to Survivors

24 to 48 hours after notification of a fallen police officer or firefighter in the line of duty, we visit the surviving spouse with a check for $25,000.

Scholarships

The Scholarship Program was created to aid eligible children of public safety personnel in their pursuit of higher education.

The Valor Award

The 100 Club Medal of Valor is awarded to public safety personnel who have shown outstanding valor in the line of duty.

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!

Click here for the brochure and registration form.

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