Our goal is to provide a bridge of financial assistance at a moment’s notice once a tragedy has happened. As a 501(c) (3), we respond quickly with financial support to immediate families of our First Responders who are either tragically injured or killed in the line of duty. The funds we provide help lessen the effects of the financial impact of a tragedy.
The Minnesota 100 Club receives no public funding. All donations must come from private individuals or organizations. Yearly memberships start at a $100 donation with the ability to contribute up to $5,000 or more. During the Club’s nearly 50 years of existence, it has paid in benefits to hundreds of families of First Responder’s who have died or been seriously injured while protecting our safety.
We count on our members to help us give back to those in need.
In recent years, The Club has increased their benefit allotment to up to $25,000, and monetary gifts are also given during the holiday time to families of the fallen with dependent children.