Established in 1973, The 100 Club of San Antonio’s primary mission is to deliver financial assistance to the families of fallen first responders. However, through generous contributions from a grateful community, the 100ClubSA has been able to expand the mission to include several programs supporting families, departments, and individuals in an effort to heal and protect Bexar County’s law enforcement and firefighters.

The 100 Club of San Antonio would like to thank all of its supporters. Without your generous contributions, we would be unable to provide for the needs of first responders and their families in our community. 

Line of Duty Death Assistance

Financial Assistance within 24 hours of a Line of Duty Death Given with the thanks of a grateful community

100ClubSA Survivors Fund

Dependent children are added to our 100ClubSA Survivors Fund for assistance with higher education

Injured First Responder Fund

Seriously-Injured First Responders (Line of Duty) are provided financial assistance and monthly checks as needed

100ClubSA Donation Fund

100ClubSA Donation Fund to assist other organizations aligned with our mission

100ClubSA Training Scholarships

Over 1000 Law-Enforcement Officers have been trained in Tactical First Aid, Defensive Tactics, Verbal De-Escalation Skills, Specialized Skills for Women in Law-Enforcement, K-9 Handlers Skills…and more

100ClubSA Bridge Program

To act as a bridge between first responders and youth. To present first responders in a positive light through our schools and community outreach

Coping, Counseling, and Mental Health Awareness

We believe this to be a defining mission of 100ClubSA in the years to come. Survivors Families, Injured First Responder Families and Resiliency Training for all First Responders Families

100ClubSA K-9 Fund

Providing specialized K-9 Trauma First Aid Kits and Training for Handlers, Cooling Mats, Kennels, Vehicle Remote Heat Sensors, Interdiction & Safety Training, Financial Assistance for Medically Retired K-9’s & much more.