What’s it all about?
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. 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.
100 Club of Southeast Texas Facts
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.
How Do They Benefit?
How Do They Benefit? Within hours of the report of a line of duty death the 100 Club Board deploys its response team. $10,000 is delivered within 24-48 hours to the surviving spouse and children of the fallen officer or firefighter. A financial needs assessment within a month assures that qualifying families receive up to […]
How Can You Help?
How Can You 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
The President’s Desk
When we talk about charitable organizations, no other cause is so close to my heart as the 100 Club of Southeast Texas. During my career in law enforcement, I lost several friends and personally know that each day these men and women walk out of their front doors without thinking that they might not return home. Much has changed and much has stayed the same since 1988 when Beaumont Police Officer Paul Hulsey's death led to the founding of what was then The 100 Club of Jefferson County. After the young Officer Hulsey was slain in the line of duty, a few concerned community leaders took the initiative to find a way to help his wife and children and to stand ready in the event that such a need should arise again. Since Hulsey's death, the Club has joined the community in mourning the … [Read More...]
At the February 13 meeting of the Board of Directors of the 100 Club of Southeast Texas, Beaumont Police Chief James Singletary presented immediate past president, Jon Reaud, with a plaque of appreciation from the Department for the service, leadership and vision Jon provided the 100 Club during his term as president. Chief Singletary cited […]