100 Club of Arizona

100 Club of Arizona supports law enforcement agents and their families. Click on the banner to visit 100 Club of Arizona’s web site.

What is the 100 Club of Arizona?When tragedy strikes, the effects are swift and devastating. The 100 Club of Arizona responds by immediately offering financial, advisory or moral support, to ease the pain of the family of fire, public safety or law enforcement agents who were injured or killed in the line-of-duty.

The concept of the 100 Club of Arizona was born in Detroit in 1952, following the fatal shooting of a young Detroit officer. Moved by the situation, William M. Packer, who was the largest Pontiac Dealer in the nation and a friend of the police commissioner, wrote to 100 of his friends encouraging them to donate to a fund for the fallen officer. He received a 100 percent response rate.

Join the club in paying tribute to those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line-of-service to protect the citizens of Arizona.  Or, support the club by helping raise awareness of the 100 Club of Arizona’s mission: “To respond in a moment’s notice when our public safety families face tragedy.”

To get involved with the 100 Club of Arizona, click on the banner above or visit 100club.org.