Frequently Asked Questions

Will a 100 Club decal keep me from getting a ticket?

The decal is a public statement of support for first responders who put their lives on the line every day. It is not a “get out of jail free” card.

How do I join The 100 Club and is my gift tax-deductible?

Joining the club is easy! Learn about our different kinds of memberships and join today.

Do you sell or trade my personal information?

No. Your personal information will never be sold or traded by The 100 Club of Central Texas.

How much of what I donate actually benefits first responder families?

The 100 Club of Central Texas is proud to say that 86% of all money brought into the club through donations, fundraisers, and memberships goes directly to support our first responder families.

How do I get 100 Club decals, how long will it take for me to get them, and how many will I receive?

We automatically send two decals with each membership donation. It usually takes 72-96 hours for us to process your memberships and send your decals back out to you. As long as your membership is current, you can request additional or replacement decals by calling our office or sending us an email. Our contact information is provided here (link to Contact Us page)

How long does my membership run?

Annual and Business Memberships will expire at the end of the month you donated, one year later. If you joined the club on September 7, your membership will expire on September 30 of the next calendar year. We will send you a reminder before your membership expires. Lifetime Memberships never expire.

Who do you help and in what geographical area?

The 100 Club of Central Texas currently covers emergency medical technicians, firefighters, and law enforcement officers in a six-county area: Bastrop, Bell, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson. Learn more about the funds we have available to these first responders.

Does The 100 Club have volunteer opportunities?

Although we have no structured volunteer program, we have several fundraisers each year during which we request the assistance of our supporters. Learn more about our volunteer opportunities.

Is The 100 Club part of a law enforcement agency?

No. The 100 Club of Central Texas is a citizen-based, non-profit organization formed to support our local first responders. We work closely with many departments throughout our coverage area.

How can I support The 100 Club of Central Texas if I am unable to donate $100?

No donation is too small to support our local first responders. If a monetary donation is not feasible at the time, you can also support us through Amazon Smile, Lakewood Brewing Co.’s All Call Kölsch, or the Randall’s Good Neighbor Program. The 100 Club’s organization number is 10188.

A suspicious-looking person is collecting money for The 100 Club. Are they legitimate?

If you ever have any question about the legitimacy of one of our fundraising efforts, please contact the office at 512-345-3200.  We do not use telemarketing or door-to-door fundraising efforts.

I would like to donate to The 100 Club of Central Texas on behalf of my deceased loved one. How do I set this up?

You may donate in memory or in honor of anyone from our donation page. If you have any questions or require assistance in this, please call the office at 512-345-3200 and we would be happy to help you.

How is The 100 Club of Central Texas making an effort to grow and expand?

Our strategic plan details our plans for growth and expansion.