The One Hundred Club of San Antonio is organized to engage in all activities necessary, useful or expedient to encourage, promote and further, effective Law Enforcement and Firefighting in Bexar County, Texas.
Since 1973, when their jobs bring our Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters into harm’s way and they pay the ultimate sacrifice with their life, The 100 Club of San Antonio is there. Funds are available to the family for immediate needs, placing a strong emphasis on higher education funding for surviving dependent children.
The 100 Club is citizen-based and not affiliated with any police, fire or governmental agency. We serve all Local, State & Federal Law-Enforcement & Fire in Bexar County and its municipalities. What this means, is that if a law-enforcement officer, agent or firefighter is based in Bexar County, The 100 Club of San Antonio will be there to support them and their family.
Our goal is to deliver funds to the family within 24 to 48 hours of their loss in order to help with any immediate expenses that will most undoubtedly arise upon the unexpected death of their loved one. Afterward, we will continue to support the family and place any dependent children into The 100 Club Survivor Fund, where there are currently 12 Survivor Children receiving five year monthly annuity payments to assist with their education, and an additional 18 minor children in line to receive their assistance.