Each Day, First Responders risk their lives by willingly putting themselves in harm’s way to defend our safety.

Who We Are

Founded in 1972, the Minnesota 100 Club is a volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose sole purpose is to provide financial aide to surviving family members of First Responders who are killed or seriously injured in the line of duty.

Who We Help

Today and every day, the Minnesota 100 Club stands ready to provide financial assistance to surviving families of Minnesota’s peace officers, firefighters, EMS/EMT’s and corrections officers who are tragically injured or killed in the line of duty while protecting OUR personal safety.

How We Help

During the Club’s 50+ years of existence as a non-profit, we have provided financial assistance to families of First Responders who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty.

Our Mission

Our mission at the Minnesota 100 Club is to provide financial assistance to the families of peace officers, firefighters, correctional officers, and EMS who live and serve in Minnesota and who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty while protecting our lives and property.

Our Pledge

As a volunteer, community-based organization, the officers and members of the Minnesota 100 Club are committed to the needs of all First Responders who place their lives at risk each day while performing their duties and protecting our safety. We pledge and commit to a higher purpose and to always maintain a professional code of conduct while doing our best to help advance the needs of public safety through the Minnesota 100 Club structure.

Our Impact

86%

has gone directly to surviving families since our inception

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families helped since 1972

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in death or serious injury benefits

Our Impact

95%

has gone directly to surviving families since our inception

0

families helped since 1972

$0
up to

in death benefits

Show Support for Fallen Heroes by Becoming a Member

Our First Responders are here to defend our safety and the Minnesota 100 Club is here to support our emergency responders.  Help us provide financial support to the families of the heroes who have died in the line of duty.

Quesitons or Comments?

Contact Us for Additional Information

Messages can be submitted to the Minnesota 100 Club by using the contact form or any of the other contact methods listed below.