The purpose of The 200 Club is to help provide for the surviving spouses and dependents of law enforcement officers, firefighters and paramedics who lose their lives in the line of duty. This includes all federal, state, county and local officers, firefighters and paramedics stationed in and working out of 20 counties within the “Coastal Empire”.

Our line-of-duty benefit for firefighters and law enforcement officers, while active members of their departments, is an immediate and significant cash payment to the surviving spouse and children. This benefit is presented at a meeting attended by the family members, fellow officers and directors of the Two Hundred Club, who discuss the club’s benefit program with the family.

To Date, We Have Given Over $2 million To Our Beneficiaries

After a line of duty death, the Two Hundred Club provides the surviving spouse or family members significant and immediate financial assistance. The Two Hundred Club provides a fully paid college education to the surviving family members, including tuition, room and board, textbooks, and a computer. Every year thereafter, the Two Hundred Club gives financial assistance for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and red roses on Mother’s Day.

After a line of duty critical injury, the Two Hundred Club provides a onetime financial contribution to the first responder and their family.

Why This is Important

The family devastation that occurs when a member of the public safety family suffers serious injury or death in the line of duty is tremendous.

They also pay the price for our safety. We know how much this financial support means to surviving families in these unfortunate situations. We hope that you will consider supporting those who protect our safety.