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We Care For Those

Who Care For Us

Today, Tomorrow, and Always

We Care For Those

Who Care For Us

Today, Tomorrow, and Always

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Our Mission

The 200 Club honors the sacrifice of police officer Christopher Argentinis who gave his life on December 11, 1999, while protecting others.

As an organization, we proudly provide significant financial assistance, as well as, fully paid college education to the surviving spouse and children of first responders who lose their lives in the line of duty while protecting our communities.

Provided to Families
$ 2 M +
Families Served
Counties Served
Valor Awards


What We Do

After a line of duty death, the 200 Club immediately steps in to provide the surviving family with:

Financial & Emotional Support

The 200 Club provides immediate financial support to the spouse and immediate family members of the fallen first responder.

College Education

The 200 Club provides a fully paid college education to the surviving family members, including tuition, room and board, textbooks, and a computer.

Ongoing Support

Every year thereafter, the 200 Club provides meals for the holidays and red roses on Mother’s Day.

How You Can Help

Every contribution, big and small, makes a difference. To get involved with the 200 Club, you can: Make monthly or annual donations to become a member, make a one-time donation, or sign up to volunteer.


Upcoming Events

23rd Annual

Coastal Georgia Police Memorial Ride

Benefiting the 200 Club

Help us raise funds for our area first responders by registering for the 23rd annual Coastal Georgia Police Memorial Ride! Proceeds will benefit the many families served by the 200 Club.

Registration is $20 per person and will begin at 8:30AM. Start your morning with a Scottish Rite Pancake Breakfast, available from 8:00 to 10:00 AM for only $10 per person and then join us for the police-escorted ride, beginning at 10:00 AM at 3001 Chatham Center Drive and ending at the new Post 660. 

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For more information, contact Speedbump at

Battle of the Badges

Dodgeball Tournament

Benefiting the 200 Club

Enjoy the thrill of dodgeball competition while supporting the families served by the 200 Club! This exciting event is exclusively for first responders and their families, with the public invited to rally behind their favorite teams in a spirited show of support. An entry fee of $120.00 per team is required to participate. This fee includes 5 event t-shirts for participants. Additional t-shirts may be ordered for $12.00 each.

Prepare for intense action in a thrilling round-robin format with a guaranteed 4 matches per team. The top 8 teams will battle it out for glory, with trophies awarded to the top 3 teams to showcase their victory as SE Georgia’s dodgeball champions, paving the way to a fierce single-elimination showdown!

Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of this unforgettable day of fun, competition, and community spirit while helping to support our first responder families.


Memorial Wall of Service

We honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting their community. When you become a member of the 200 Club, your contribution directly supports the families of these fallen heroes and more.


Robert D. Clark

Georgia Department of Corrections

End of Watch - October 1, 2023


Benjamin Douglas “Twin” Herron

Savannah Police Department

End of Watch - August 11, 2023


Jacob Gililland

Chatham County Police Department

End of Watch - May 26, 2022


Brandi Stock

Brooklet Police Department

End of Watch - September 19, 2021




Get Involved

Learn more about ways you can support the 200 Club including becoming a member, donating, and volunteering.

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