The 200 Club of Wake County is an organization of concerned citizens dedicated to providing immediate financial help for the spouse and children of police officers, sheriff deputies, firefighters, EMS squad members and North Carolina State Highway Patrol serving in Wake County who lose their life in the line of duty.
The 200 Club of Wake County is a non-profit corporation funded through dues paid annually by its members. All dues stay in Wake County. A membership card will be issued upon receipt of the $200 dues and an annual meeting is for members.
Citizens may support The 200 Club of Wake County in any of the following ways:
Annual Membership Dues ($200.00) - Dues will be used for the stated mission and purpose of The 200 Club.
Contributions to the General Fund (any amount) - Contributions will be used for the general stated purposes of The 200 Club.
The 200 Club is for first responders, not by them. Therefore, to avoid putting additional strain on what is often an already tight family budget, it is the policy of the 200 Club to discourage first responders from becoming members.
The policies of The 200 Club are established by the Club Officers and Board of Trustees who meet on a regular basis. No one acting on behalf of the organization-member, officer or director, receives any benefit or compensation. All members serve in a voluntary capacity and receive as their reward the satisfaction of helping to provide for the families of fallen heroes.