100 Club of Arizona
Knows It's Fun to do Good!
The charter mission of the 100 Club of Arizona was to come to the immediate financial aid of the family of an officer who gave his or her life in the line of duty. As time passed, this mission expanded and changed. At one time, education assistance and medical insurance were provided to survivors. Today, these types of insurance benefits for survivor families are provided by various government branches. The 100 Club aims to provide any type of support needed by beneficiary families. We have added safety stipends to purchase equipment and training that underfunded departments can't otherwise afford, scholarships for family members of officers & firefighters seeking higher education or trade, and H.E.R.O.S. funds for various financial hardship cases. We provide services and financial aid to ALL public safety members throughout Arizona. We stand behind the men and women who stand behind the badge.
Throughout the decades, the 100 Club of Arizona evolved its mission in a variety of ways. First, in 1994, the 100 Club of Arizona elected to provide immediate financial assistance to firefighters and law enforcement officers seriously injured in the line of duty, in addition to the families of officers who died in the line of duty. In 1997, Native American reservation tribal firefighters and law enforcement officers were added as recipients. Today, the 100 Club of Arizona supports all police, correctional, probation and parole officers, firefighters, and federal agents who are serving and protecting the citizens of Arizona. This includes all county, tribal, state, and federal levels.
The 100 Club of Arizona and its members realize that money can never make up for the loss or disability of a loved one, but it can help cover immediate expenses. In addition, the 100 Club of Arizona has a committee of experts, including members of the fallen officer’s agency, CPAs, attorneys, trust officers, brokers, financial consultants, insurance consultants, and employee benefits consultants. This team, at the survivor’s request, will advise and counsel families in a wide range of areas without cost or obligation.
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