The 100 Club of Buffalo, Inc. (The 100 Club) is an independent, nonprofit, nonpolitical organization whose sole purpose is to provide service to the members of local law enforcement, fire and emergency medical service agencies and their families.
Why select us?
Established in 1957 to provide cash assistance to the families of police officers killed in the line of duty. The 100 Club has grown and now provides, along with the death benefit, scholarships, educational assistance and various awards to the members and families of the police, fire and emergency medical service agencies of Western New York.
The 100 Club is able to provide assistance through membership dues and service, voluntary contributions and fundraising activities. Through 2015, The 100 Club has collected and distributed more than $3.7 million.
It is the 100 Club of Buffalo’s policy to conduct its affairs in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and to observe the highest standards of business ethics. The 100 Club intends that the spirit as well as the letter of those standards is followed by all directors, officers and employees of The 100 Club.
The board of directors is responsible for the corporate governance of The 100 Club. Corporate governance is a matter of high importance and is undertaken with due regard to all of our stakeholders and our role in the community.
The 100 Club’s most recent Form 990 is available upon request!