100 Club of Heart of Texas

Serving Those Who Serve Us

The 100 Club Heart of Texas provides support to the surviving families of McLennan County first responders who lost their lives in the line of duty. The Club seeks to support the first responder community, ease the financial burdens on families left behind and raise awareness of sacrifices made by public servants. Established in 2012, 100 Club of Heart of Texas has provided support to first responders and their families for over 14 years. They raised over $70,000 for the families of firefighters killed in the West fertilizer plant explosion in 2013. In 2018, they purchased a new electric wheelchair for former Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper, Daniel Shown, who was injured in the line of duty. In 2019 and in 2023, the Club supported the surviving spouse of a first responder with $25,000 due to their loved one’s sacrificial line of duty service. In 2022, the 100 Club established an academic scholarship at McLennan Community College for children of first responders who died in the line of duty. Through membership and donations, the 100 Club of Heart of Texas provides support to over 2,400 law enforcement officers, firefighters, jailers and emergency medical responders in McLennan County without cost to them or their agency. The 100 Club offers four annual membership levels for individuals and businesses. Members receive vehicle window decals to show their support and invitations to Club events. Contact the Club for information on membership, volunteer opportunities and to make donations.

100 Club of Heart of Texas