The 100 Club of Anne Arundel County is a civilian organization that provides immediate assistance and supplemental benefits for the families of firefighters, law enforcement & detention officers, and emergency medical service personnel, both paid and volunteer who have lost their lives in the line-of-duty while in service to the citizens of Anne Arundel County. The Club helps families ease the financial burden associated with the tragic event, including immediate financial assistance with existing obligations and planning for their future needs.
Each year at our annual banquet, the 100 Club of Anne Arundel County provides a scholarship(s) to a member(s) of one of our public safety agencies in honor of our first fallen hero, Officer Duke G. Aaron. It is the hope of the 100 Club of Anne Arundel County that by helping a deserving member of our public safety team obtain advanced education and training, that we will be helping to keep the recipient and those they work with a little safer.
Safety Equipment & Training
During these times of tight fiscal budgets, many public safety agencies are faced with the reality that very often they must do without items that would help them by reducing the deadly risks of their job. The 100 Club of Anne Arundel County will endeavor to support our public safety teams by providing an agency or agencies with funding that will permit them to purchase safety equipment or obtain training so that we help reduce the risks they encounter on a daily basis.