Who We Are

Our History and Who We Are

In 1972, a group of local Minneapolis businessmen and labor leaders organized the first Minnesota 100 Club based out of Northeast Minneapolis. This group of people took the lead from the other 100 Clubs that had been formed around the country. The sole purpose at the time was to provide instant relief and aid to family members of First Responders who were killed in the line of duty. The Club is over 50 years old, its supporters have spread throughout the State of Minnesota, and our membership base is currently at an all-time high.

Increased Danger to our First Responder’s

The dangers of First Responders’ duties are increasing each year and with this increase, the need for an organization such as the Minnesota 100 Club also increases. This requires additional membership and support for this worthy cause, so we can continue to provide instant financial relief to surviving family members of First Responders who are killed or seriously injured in the line of duty.

Who We Help

The purpose of the Minnesota 100 Club is to provide immediate financial assistance to the 2nd or surviving family members of First Responders who are seriously injured or killed while defending our safety.  This includes City, County, State and Federal First Responders who are seriously injured or lose their lives while working for non-profits or government agencies within the borders of Minnesota.

How We Help

How We Help and How You Can too!

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. During the Club’s more than 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 its benefit allotment to up to $50,000, and monetary gifts are also given during the holiday time to families of the fallen with dependent children.


Surviving Families in the Twin Cities may now also qualify for discounted Professional Services provided by our partner Washburn-McReavy Funeral Chapels. Visit our Benefits page to learn more and to find out if you qualify.

Show Support To Our Fallen Heroes

If you are interested in joining the Minnesota 100 Club and wish to help “Protect the Protectors”, please contact any of the Board of Directors or submit the membership application. This is truly a tremendous organization and worthwhile cause! You can also help by simply donating to the cause by donating today!