We stand behind the men and women who stand behind the badge and the families whos loved ones have made the ultimate sacrifice.
What is the 100 Club?
The Taney County 100 Club is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that provides financial support to the surviving spouse and dependent children of police officers, firefighters and EMS professionals killed in the line of duty in Taney County, Missouri.
Those covered are full-time, part-time and volunteer law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical professionals employed by the Taney County Ambulance District.
The 100 Club and its members realize that money can never make up for the loss of or disability of a loved one, but it can be helpful in covering immediate expenses. Our goal is to deliver funds to the surviving spouse within 24 to 48 hours of their loss in order to help with immediate expenses that will most undoubtedly arise upon the unexpected death of their loved one.
We are a citizen-based nonprofit organization not affiliated with any police, fire, ambulance or governmental agency. We are an IRS designated 501(c)(3) organization, Federal T.I.N. 85-3943487. The Taney County 100 Club is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected annually. The Board meets quarterly or as needed to determine policy and direction, while undertaking the responsibility of stewardship for the 100 Club.
The concept of the “100 Club” was born in Detroit in 1952, following the fatal shooting of a young Detroit officer. Read more…
Meet the heroes that have made the ultimate sacrifice to the citizens of Taney County.
We are comprised of a volunteer board dedicated to supporting emergency responders. Meet our Board of Directors