Erica Rollings Presents check to the 200 Club
Mark Dana and Dick Eckburg with Matt Vinton, winner of the Full Gear * All Out Flag.
We care for those who care for us.
Service Brewing Company Presents Check to 200 Club
Shields of Honor Motorcycle Club present check to 200 Club
AN EXTRAORDINARY GROUP OF CIVIC-MINDED INDIVIDUALS
PROVIDING IMMEDIATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR THE FAMILIES OF FALLEN HEROES
A PHILANTHROPIC, TAX-DEDUCTIBLE, VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION
  • Providing Immediate financial assistance

    Our Mission

    The principal objective of these organizations is to provide immediate financial assistance to the surviving spouse and children of local law enforcement officers and firefighters who lose their lives

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  • "Hundred Clubs" Concept

    Hundred clubs

    The concept of the "Hundred Clubs" was born in Detroit in 1952. Following the fatal shooting of a young Detroit officer, a gentleman by the name of

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  • Civic-Minded Individuals

    200 Club Membership

    The 200 Club membership has increased over time. We need to continually grow our membership to meet the ever-increasing injuries, fatalities and increase the amount of immediate

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  • Philanthropic Tax-Deductible Organization

    Club Donations

    The money to assist our public safety officials is raised through our membership dues of $250 a year and unsolicited donations that individuals and groups supporting our

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Principal Objective of the 200 Club

principalobjectiveThe principal objective of The 200 Club is to provide immediate financial assistance to the surviving spouse and children of local law enforcement officers and firefighters who lose their lives in the line-of-duty while protecting their communities. The Two Hundred Club of the Coastal Empire was incorporated on October 16, 2000 as a Georgia nonprofit charitable organization 501(c)(3).

The board consists of members of the business, law enforcement, judicial, professional, religious and academic communities. The Two Hundred Club is a significant vehicle for expressing community gratitude to the families of our fallen heroes. Click here to see our members.

“We care for those who care for us. We are there today, tomorrow and always.”