Supporting First Responders
The 100 Club is on the front lines of providing assistance to first responder service providers including WNY police, fire and emergency service agencies.
Line of Duty
Through 2017, The 100 Club has collected and distributed $4 million to families of fallen first responders.
The 100 Club of Buffalo funds a number of programs that recognize WNY heroes through support of families, scholarships and at our annual Hero Awards ceremony.
The 100 Club provides scholarships of up to $2,000 to high school seniors of active law enforcement, fire or emergency service providers.
Ross B. Kenzie
Reginald B. Newman
Robert M. Zak
James W. Derrick
Arthur F. DuC. Musarra
Dr. Joshua Lynch
Buffalo Professional Firefighters Local #282
Dr. Kevin Cleary – Lancaster Medical
Ken Stinson – Underwood Technologies
Ronald Mornelli – Health Now
Timothy Kraska – Capital Management
President Vinny Ventresca – Buffalo Professional Firefighters – Local #282
The Erie County Medical Center
Eastman Machine Company
James DeLacy, Sr. – DeLacy Ford
James Robertson – Delaware North
David Martin- Martin Services, Inc.
Ken & Clifford Stephan – Mandon Building Systems
Tpr. Jack Moretti – New York State Troopers PBA
Inv. Rich Qualey – NYSPIA – NYSP
Mike Colpoys – National Fuel
David Crone – DC Health
Martha (Mikey) Martin – Globalquest Staffing Solutions
Greg Rodems – Rodems Construction
Buffalo Police PBA