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    Please Note: the Friends of First Responders Level is a convenient way to provide a $100 annual donation that does not include membership responsibilities or perks.

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    If you have any questions, please contact Liesl Tanner at Liesl.Tanner@savannahlodging.com or 912-721-4418.

    The Two Hundred Club is primarily funded through tax-deductible memberships, which range from $250 to $1,000 per year. 

    The 200 Club roster includes all current members and is always seeking to raise awareness of its mission and new members from all walks of life. Our membership includes professionals, homemakers, community leaders, small business people, corporate executives, retired and active firefighters and law enforcement officers… all of us dedicated to the one purpose of bringing love into the lives of the families our heroes have left behind.

    Throughout the year, we share with our members excerpts from letters that we receive from the grateful surviving families and the many opportunities and events that help support the 200 Club's mission. Upon becoming a member, along with a welcome letter, you'll receive a membership card and 200 Club Shield that can be attached to your vehicle. When you join we ask that you commit to: be a civic-minded individual, support the mission of the organization, contribute your annual dues, and that not use your membership for personal or professional gain. Memberships start at $250 per year but are open-ended. The fulfillment you receive from aiding these families is a treasure that money can’t buy.

    When tragedy strikes, the effects are swift and devastating. The 200 Club recognizes the need to respond immediately with support and understanding. Whatever the need – financial, advisory, or moral support, the 200 Club is there to ease the pain of the family of a firefighter or law enforcement officer injured or killed in the line of duty.

    “The Two Hundred Club has made a major commitment to the local Law Enforcement community insofar as they will come to our aide during our darkest times. Club members and contributors are to be commended for their very tangible dedication to Law Enforcement. We are truly fortunate to have the Two Hundred Club.”
    CHIEF DAN FLYNN

    SAVANNAH POLICE DEPARTMENT