As the end of the 2020 approaches, Thank you for your support.

The 100 Club of SE Texas knows that many worthy organizations seek your support annually. We are truly grateful for all gifts received.
Thank you for placing your trust in us and aiding first responders.

The COVID-19 pandemic presents serious new risks to peace officers and firefighters. Simply put, they have stepped up
and I think we can be proud of their performance in our communities.

Thank you for investing for our heroes. I hope your family had the best possible holiday season
and wish you a happy and healthy New Year

Sincerely,

Joe Penland, Sr.
President, The 100 Club of SE Texas

The 100 Club of Southeast Texas

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Help Us Support the Families of Fallen Heroes

The 100 Club of Southeast Texas

30 years logo

 

Help Us Support the Families of Fallen Heroes

The 100 Club of Southeast Texas

30 years logo

 

Help Us Support the Families of Fallen Heroes

ATTENTION:  All Membership of the 100 Club of Southeast Texas

SUBJECT:    Notification of 2020 Annual Meeting Postponed

Pursuant to the Corporation (100 Club) Bylaws, indicating to the membership the Annual Meeting shall be held in the month of November, the following notice is given:  “As we enter into the continuation of the coronavirus (COVID-19) challenges, and with some under travel restrictions, and the still uncertain public health concerns, as well as the ongoing encouragement of “social distancing” measures remaining, the 2020 Annual Meeting of the 100 Club of Southeast Texas is postponed until further notice.  Stay safe, and we wish to thank each and every member for your continued support, and God Bless.”

The 100 Club of SETX Survivor's Fund

When a law enforcement officer or firefighter is killed in the line of duty, our community loses a public servant – but their family loses a parent, a partner, and a provider.

The 100 Club is the only charitable organization established to support the families of officers and firefighters killed while protecting us. We ensure that their family is not forgotten!

When tragedy strikes, the effects are devastating, and all too often it strikes in the form of a death or disabling injury of a law enforcement officer or firefighter. The 100 Club of Southeast Texas is here to provide immediate response to the needs of the family of a fallen officer or firefighter.

Due to the recent new and exciting realization of the Club’s Survivor Benefit Fund, the 100 Club of Southeast Texas representing Hardin, Jefferson and Orange counties proudly accepted the unprecedented $100,000.00 check donation from the Wilton P. & Effie Mae Hebert Foundation representatives.

(Left to right) James, Black, Catherine Bruney and Joe Vernon all due to the extraordinary mission and goals of the Club’s leadership since 1989.

Who Benefits?

 

The surviving spouse and children of fallen law enforcement officers and firefighters in Jefferson, Orange and Hardin Counties, including:

Police Officers, Sheriff deputies, DEA agents, FBI agents, DPS officers, ATF agents, Park service, TABC agents, US Marshalls, Constables, Fire fighters, Lamar/LIT officers, IRS agents, ICE agents, EPA agents, DA’s office and others.

What We Provide

Catastrophic Injury

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Survivor Benefit Fund (SBF) allows a hurt/injured officer to receive money from the 100 Club to help with expenses.

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Immediate Response

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Within hours of the report of a line of duty death the 100 Club Board deploys its response team.

Rapid Assistance

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$10,000 is delivered within 24-48 hours to the surviving spouse and children of the fallen officer or firefighter.

Financial Support

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A financial needs assessment within a month assures that qualifying families receive up to $50,000.

Ongoing Services

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Bereavement support with referrals to local resources are provided.

Memorial

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A bronze plaque and annual memorial Services presented by the 100 Club keep the memory of our heroes and the sacrifices they made alive.

Memorials

Since our organization was founded in 1988, we’ve lost several first responders in the line of duty. The brave men and women who wear the badge go to work each day prepared to pay the cost to keep the law and order of Southeast Texas. The following men and women paid the ultimate cost for the safety of our community and for that, deserve the highest form of honor we can bestow… to never forget.

How You Can Help

You can support law enforcement and fire fighters with your 100 Club Membership. The 100 Club of Southeas Texas is a 501 (c) (3) charity which means that all contributions are tax deductible

Annual Individual Membership: $100
Individual Lifetime Membership: $1000
Annual Law Enforcement/Firefighter: $25
Lifetime Law Enforcement/Firefighter: $250
Corporate Memberships: Varies

Upcoming Events

Knights of Columbus Fish Fry

Date: February 7, 2020 Time: 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm Cost: $9 Dine in or Carry Out Venue: 9505 College St. (Highway 90) Phone: 409-898-7011 Call Ahead for Carry Out Orders The Knights Of Columbus, Bishop Bernard J. Ganter Council 951, Will Host An...

Leadership

Our members realize that money can’t make up for the loss of a loved one, but representatives of the club visit with family members within 48 hours of a tragedy. Our purpose is to provide not only support and understanding, but a substantial contribution to the financial needs of the surviving spouse and children.

Joe Penland, Sr.

Joe Penland, Sr.

President

Zack Shelton

Zack Shelton

Vice President

Beverly L. Hatcher

Beverly L. Hatcher

Secretary

Don Burnett

Don Burnett

Treasurer