The 100 Club
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The 100 Club of Metropolitan Richmond was organized in 1989, with the help of the Retail Merchants Association, to provide financial support to our Police Officers, Firefighters and Emergency Medical Service professionals in times of crisis and need. First and foremost, The 100 Club funds are used to provide financial assistance to the families of Police, Firefighters and Emergency Medical Service professionals in the Richmond Metropolitan area who die or who are permanently disabled in the performance of their duties. The First Responders include Police, Sheriff Departments, Firefighters and Emergency Medical Service professionals in the City of Richmond, the Counties of Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico and the town of Ashland.
The continued growth of The 100 Club is only possible through its members’ annual $100 pledges and from donations from businesses and the community. The objective is to build the fund in order to have the financial ability to respond in a meaningful way to those designated as eligible for support. The 100 Club is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and an Advisory Board of Richmond area Police and Fire/EMS Chiefs. Members receive a “100” Club automobile decal for their annual support. The 100 Club is a charitable foundation and your contribution is tax-deductible. Contributions in larger amounts are accepted and appreciated.
For additional information, call The 100 Club Secretary, Jo Anne Cole, at (804) 673-8787.