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Having paid the ultimate price for our safety, the family devastation that occurs when a member of the public safety family suffers serious injury or death in the line of duty is tremendous.

We know how much this financial support means to the surviving families in these unfortunate situations. We hope that you will consider supporting those who protect our safety.

Questions?

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Yes. The 200 Club is a Georgia not-for-profit (501(c) (3)) charitable organization. All contributions are tax-deductible within the limits of the law.

Our Tax ID Number is 31-1766874

Yes, we have many members that want to help their fellow officers, firefighters and paramedics.
 
All of it. The costs to operate the 200 Club such as legal, tax filing, accounting and administrative are donated by it’s members. There are no salaries or overhead expenses.
 

Our Tax ID Number is 31-1766874

After a line of duty death, the Two Hundred Club provides the surviving spouse or family members significant and immediate financial assistance. The Two Hundred Club provides a fully paid college education to the surviving family members, including tuition, room and board, textbooks, and a computer. Every year thereafter, the Two Hundred Club gives financial assistance for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and red roses on Mother’s Day.

 

After a line of duty critical injury, the Two Hundred Club provides a onetime financial contribution to the first responder and their family.

Want to make an ongoing impact?

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