The 100 Club of Comal County, Inc. is a non-profit organization established to primarily aid the families of fallen members of the law enforcement, fire/rescue services and other first responders within Comal County, Texas. The Club provides immediate financial assistance in the form of a lump sum payment to the family of any police officer (career or reserve), jail officer, firefighter (career or volunteer) or paramedic/EMT first responder (career or volunteer) killed in the line of duty.
The selection and distribution of any corporate funds in the furtherance of the Corporation’s purpose for the advancement of public safety will be made at the discretion of and pursuant to a resolution of the Board of Directors.
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We Support our First Responders
We understand the danger that our first responders face everyday and are truly blessed to have such brave heroes protecting us. We sincerely thank you for your service and ask God’s blessing and protection for you all.
A check presentation was made to the 100 Club of Comal County by the Board of the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department in the amount of $1959. This amount represented the year that SBVFD was established which was before there was any real subdivisions in that part...
A fundraiser for the 100 Club of Comal County was sponsored by Sullivan Hill Country Properties and Treat Coffee on August 10th. Thanks to all involved for supporting those who protect us! L - R: Constable Ben Scroggin - Precinct 1, Larry Remy and Sheila Earley - 100...
The first 100 Club Scholarship Recipients were introduced at July 16th Board Meeting. Board Members - Retired Sheriff Bob Holder, John McCaw and Joyce Yanuzzi served on the selection committee. All applicants were children of First Responders. Ian Haynes graduated...