The 100 Club of Central Texas relies solely on donations to support our mission. No donation is too small to help the brave men and women who stand ready for us each and every day. By clicking the Give Now button below, you are pledging to take care of our first responders when they are in need – just as they take care of you and your family when you are in need. These brave men and women put their lives on the line each day to ensure our safety. Donate today to show your gratitude.
There are many other ways you can support The 100 Club of Central Texas. We are proud to partner with many Central Texas businesses to raise funds for our brave first responders. See our Events and Fundraisers page or see other ways you can donate below.
Other Ways to Donate
Click on the logos below for additional ways to support the 100 Club of Central Texas.
The 100 Club of Central Texas is run by volunteers – ordinary citizens, like yourself, who are looking to show their appreciation to the first responders who serve them on a daily basis. We have several opportunities available for anyone who wants to get more involved. If interested, read the following descriptions and then complete the form below.
McDonald’s Good Friday Fundraiser
Each year on Good Friday, McDonald’s Restaurants in Central Texas participate in a large fundraiser for The 100 club of Central Texas. 100 Club representatives and first responders are also welcomed into the establishments to raise additional donations by interacting with the public. Individuals who are enthusiastic, enjoy interacting with adults and children, and have reliable transportation are invited to assist in delivering information to the various McDonald’s Restaurant locations in the week prior to Good Friday. You will then return to those same locations on Good Friday for 2-3 hours during the lunch rush (10:30 am – 1:00 pm) to interact with the customers. All volunteers must be familiar with or learn about the organization and its mission. Total average commitment of 4 hours.
Annual Awards Banquet
The 100 club of Central Texas honors outstanding first responders and awards scholarships at the Annual Awards Banquet held each spring. Individuals who are creative, good planners, work well with others, have the ability to ask businesses and individuals of in-kind donations, or have the ability to participate in set up and event facilitation are invited to volunteer on the day of the banquet. Total average commitment of 8 hours.
Wolf Pack Football Games
The Central Texas Wolf Pack Public Safety Football Team is made up entirely of first responders and plays in the National Public Safety Football league. The team host one or two home games each year and donations are taken to support The 100 Club of Central Texas. The Club is responsible for securing at least 15 volunteers to manage the parking, admission gate entrance (donation only), field chains, water for the players, and possible concessions. We also arrange various pre-game activities that require volunteer staffing. Total average commitment of 6 hours per game.