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The 100 Club of Central Texas leads the community in providing financial assistance and support for the families of first responders who are killed or critically injured in the line of duty. We are honored to serve emergency medical technicians, firefighters, and law enforcement officers throughout Bastrop, Bell, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties.

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IRS EIN: 74-2665748
Phone Number: 512-345-3200
Address: 3200 Steck Avenue Suite 240
Austin, TX 78757
For more than 30 years, The 100 Club of Central Texas has been first on the scene with financial and emotional support when our first responders are hurt or killed in the line of duty. Since 1983, we've expanded to offer scholarships to our first responders seeking to further their education and we provide memorials services for our K-9 and mounted patrol units. In addition, we assist departments in need of funds to secure ballistic vests.

Impact Statement

First response for first responders.

Needs Statement

Help us stand ready for those who stand ready for you. The 100 Club needs monetary donations to continue to provide immediate assistance to the families of fallen and critically injured first responders in their time of need. The 100 Club responds within the first 24 hours of an incident to insure that, in their time of distress, our first responder families don't have to worry about money and can focus on their family.
"The 100 Club has helped us to be in touch with other families like us and to have a support system. They continue to remember Kevin & support the children. They send them birthday cards & Valentine's Cards, and everything in honor of their Daddy. It's really nice to have an extended family. It's the best friends that you could make."
-Ronya Aigner
Widow of Corporal Kevin Aigner,
Travis County Sheriff's Officer
End of Watch: September 10, 2011

"Thank you to The 100 Club of Central Texas for their generous support and for the additional funds that were provided at a critical time for my family."
- Anne Crabb
Widow of Lieutenant Clay Crabb
Austin Police Department
End of Watch: October 16, 2013

"Every time they get a card from The 100 Club, my girls say it's a message from their daddy."
- Amy Padron
Widow of Senior Police Officer Jaime Padron
Austin Police Department
End of Watch: April 6, 2012
We are always in need of volunteers for events such as the Annual Awards Banquet or McDonald's Good Friday Fundraiser. For more information on our upcoming events and fundraisers, please visit our website at You can also send any questions you may have to