The 100 Club of Central Texas is the first response for first responders
The 100 Club of Central Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization devoted to providing immediate financial and emotional assistance to the families of first responders who have been killed or critically injured in the line of duty. We currently support more than 15,000 emergency medical technicians, firefighters, and law enforcement officers across six Central Texas counties.
Line of Duty Death
Line of Duty Injury
Dr. M. James Moritz Scholarship
The Dr. M. James Moritz Scholarship was established by our founder to provide scholarship assistance to active duty first responders who are continuing their education while serving their communities. Scholarships are awarded at the Annual Awards Banquet in the spring. Applications and instructions are available now via the following link:
Please direct any questions to Eleysa Richards: 512-345-3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canine and Mounted Unit Memorials
For Canine and Mounted Patrol Animals who die on or after active duty, The 100 Club of Central Texas assists local first responders organizations with funds for animal cremation and services with full honors. These animals are vital and beloved members of the first responder community, even though they cannot speak for themselves.
Ballistic Vest Grants
The 100 Club of Central Texas provides ballistic vests for law enforcement departments in our six-county coverage area. To request vests, the Department Chief must fill out and return the Ballistic Vest Grant Application.
Click the button below to donate to the Ballistic Vest Grant Fund and help us to stand ready for those who stand ready for you.
Six County Coverage Area
The 100 Club of Central Texas has limited funds to support first responders outside of our six-county area. Please contact us if your department is not currently covered by a 100 Club and we will provide assistance as we are able.