HELP US HELP OUR HEROES
The 100 Club was built on the premise that if our community comes together and 100 people give $100, we can greatly help the financial burdens of the families of our fallen. If at any time a first responder serving in El Paso County falls in the line of duty, a check for $10,000 will be delivered to the next of kin within 48 hours. Membership is not required.
Please see our missions and programs page to learn about all the ways The Borderland 100 Club serves our first responder families in El Paso County.
WHO WE ARE
100 Clubs across the nation provide assistance to public safety agencies, officers, firefighters, EMT/paramedics, and their families.
The Borderland 100 Club supports all city, county, state, federal and tribal public safety agencies, fire services, probation, corrections, parole, military fire services, military police, and dispatchers who provide for the safety of the citizens of El Paso County. Benefits and support are also extended to officers and firefighters who are called to active duty military while still employed by a qualified public safety agency.
In addition to providing financial assistance to families of first responders, The Borderland 100 Club also provides fundraising assistance for first responder families in need, life saving equipment to local departments, and the much needed community outreach that our local heroes deserve.
There is an average of one first responder death every 58 hours.
We are on standby for when the ultimate sacrifice is made.