When a first responder dies in the line of duty or due to a catastrophic event, families and friends must adjust to life without their loved one.  The Hundred Club of DuPage County was formed to assist those families left behind by our fallen heroes.

Our mission, as a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization, is to ensure the continual financial support for the families in their time of need – to provide for and guarantee that the fallen loved ones are honored for their service and never to be forgotten.

In the event of death or serious injury, The Hundred Club of DuPage County provides death, disability, and education benefits to survivors of fallen law enforcement officers, firefighters, and other first responders, residing or working in DuPage County, who have lost their lives or severely injured, whether or not the incident was duty related.

The members of the Hundred Club show the men and women who serve and protect us, that their sacrifices, their lives, and their families are important to us. We are dedicated to helping families of police officers and firefighters who put their lives on the line for us every day doing a dangerous job we cannot do ourselves.