When a tragedy occurs, the Hundred Club is there to offer assistance and resources to its beneficiary families.
We also want to provide sense of security to current police and firefighter families in Massachusetts so they know that should a tragic event occur, the Hundred Club will be there.
We extend benefits in both line-of-duty and active duty deaths.
The Hundred Club of Mass., Inc. provides a wide range of benefits to the surviving spouse and/or children in a line-of-duty death of a firefighter or police officer. These benefits include:
- Initial $10,000 check to surviving spouse for immediate financial assistance.
- One-time cash disbursement from the James B. Crockett Memorial Fund.
- Financial assistance for colleges, universities, trade or vocational schools.
- Financial assistance towards counseling for a surviving spouse and children.
- Payment for personal enrichment programs/camp for minor children.
- Social events, such as Pops Concerts, Red Sox Games and our annual Holiday Party.
- Financial assistance for health and wellness programs.
- Legal, accounting and financial assistance.
- Special gifts sent throughout the year.
- General benefits on an as-needed basis for individual beneficiary families.
Non Line-of-Duty Benefits
The Hundred Club is also unique in that it provides a one-time benefit to a surviving spouse and any minor child/children of a police officer or firefighter in an active duty (non-line-of-duty) death. These benefits are:
- One time check for $10,000 to the surviving spouse.
- One time check for $2,000 to each minor child of the deceased.