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, firemen, EMS squad members and North Carolina State Highway Patrol serving in Wake County who lose their life in the line of duty.
What We Do
The 200 Club of Wake County is an organization of concerned citizens dedicated to supporting First Responders living or working in Wake County. The primary mission of The 200 Club is providing immediate financial help for the families of First Responders living or working in Wake County who lose their lives in the line of duty. In addition, members of The 200 Club want our First Responders to know that the citizens of Wake County support them for the risks they take and protection they provide, every shift of every day.
SUPPORTING FIRST RESPONDERS AND THEIR FAMILIES
In addition to its primary goal of providing immediate financial support to the families of First Responders who lose their lives in the line of duty, the 200 Club also provides college scholarship assistance for their surviving children or spouse. Recently, the 200 Club began an initiative to support programs that assist our first responders and public safety officers directly, with a variety of issues they face on a daily basis.