The Hundred Club provides benefits to the surviving families of police officers and firefighters killed in the line-of-duty in Massachusetts. For over 60 years, we have provided uninterrupted support to these families. To this day, “we care for those who care for us” is still at the forefront of our mission.
Who We Serve
The Hundred Club serves the following first responders; police officers, and firefighters in all 351 Massachusetts cities and towns, the Massachusetts State Police, and the MBTA Transit Police. The Club also provides benefits to those who die other than in the line of duty.
Some of our current beneficiary families have been beneficiaries of the Hundred Club for over 50 years. Firefighters and police officers take an oath to protect the public they serve at all costs. When the unthinkable happens, the Hundred Club is there to help.
The Hundred Club of Mass., Inc. was founded in 1959 by four men with a vision of creating an organization that would support the families of firefighters and police officers killed in the line of duty. These four men were Howard W. Fitzpatrick, Norman Knight, Richard S. Robie, and George Swartz.