About the 100 CLUB of Sumner County

100 Club of Sumner CountyThe 100 Club financially rescues the dependents of firefighters and law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty by paying their debts and providing an education for their children.

Hundreds of brave men and women who serve in public safety, police and fire departments throughout Sumner County risk their lives on a daily basis so that we can be safe and secure in our homes, workplaces and communities.

As a member of the 100 Club of Sumner County, you are asked to be a civic-minded individual, support the mission of the organization, pay annual dues, and don’t use your membership for personal or professional gain.

Individual dues are $100 a year, and you will receive a decal to be displayed on your car as a sign of support.

Corporate memberships start at $250 per year but are open-ended. The fulfillment you receive from aiding families is a treasure that money can’t buy.

Far too often, tragedy strikes and members of one of these departments lose their lives.

While money can never replace the loss of a loved one, funds can be extremely helpful in easing the financial burden associated with the tragic event.

In 2014, 97 firefighters died in-line of duty Nationwide, 2 in TennesseeThe 100 Club of Sumner County is an all-volunteer organization and has no paid sta. The mission of the 100 Club of Sumner County is to help provide for the surviving spouses and dependents of Police Officer, Firefighter, and EMT who lose their lives in the line of duty.

We stand ready to help shoulder the burden for families of fallen First Responders, whether through financial support, advisory assistance or through moral support.

Organizations recognized by the 100 Club of Sumner County are Sumner County Sherriff Department, Police, Fire and EMT of Gallatin, Hendersonville, White House, Portland, Westmoreland and Goodlettsville.