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Their Mission Statement

The primary mission of the 100 Club of Arizona is to provide immediate financial assistance to the surviving families of public safety officers and firefighters killed or seriously injured in the line of duty. The 100 Club also provides other forms of assistance which improve the safety and welfare of public safety officers, firefighters and their families.

Summary of Impact

Impact Summary from the Nonprofit The 100 Club of Arizona provided almost $536,000 to more than 223 public safety officers, firefighters, families, and agencies in 2010. This includes $60,000 awarded to agencies to purchase safety equipment for their officers or firefighters, $70,000 awarded to 44 scholarship recipients from public safety families, and more than $340,000 provided in benefits to families who experienced a loss or injury of a loved one. Since inauguration in 1968, the 100 Club of Arizona has provided more than $5.4 million in benefits through our various programs to over 1,600 beneficiaries and agencies.

100 Club of Arizona is a nonprofit organization based in Arizona, AZ. Having been around, it serves the greater Phoenix community for the last 24 years, particularly in area of Arizona. 100 Club of Arizona is also known as 100 Club of Arizona.
Today 100 Club of Arizona is 1 of nonprofits in Phoenix. 100 Club of Arizona has been serving in areas particularly in Array. For more regarding 100 Club of Arizona visit their site http://www.100club.org or search their EIN 23-7172077

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