Minnesota 100 Club

A nonprofit organization

51 donors

27% complete

$25,000 Goal

 The Minnesota 100 Club is Protecting the Protectors!

The Minnesota 100 Club has a very focused mission:  We raise funds to support the families of First Responders that have been severely injured or have lost their lives in the line of duty.    

In 2023, we honored fifteen of Minnesota' bravest citizens by making a gift to them or their families: 

Sergeant John Sheneman, Minneapolis Police Department

Deputy Dallas Edeburn, Ramsey County Sheriffs Department

Ryan Sheak, White Bear Lake Police Department

Deputy Brandon Berg, Ramsey County Sheriff's Department

Officer Eric Groebner, Anoka Police Department

Deputy Joshua Owen, Pope County Sheriff's Department

Officer Kade Eggum, Eagan Police Department

Captain Chris Parsons, St. Paul Fire Department

Dep Brady Pundsack, Morrison County Sheriff's Department

Firefighter Jessica Curley, US Forest Service

Officer Sara Pruett, New Ulm Police Department

Officer Larry Monksey, McLeod County Sheriff's Department

Firefighter Tim Tripp, Minnetonka Fire Department

Officer Jacob Spies, Minneapolis Police Department

Minnesota's First Responders risk their lives every day.  They study, train and respond, even placing themselves in harm’s way to protect our safety.  They answer our calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  These past few years have been especially challenging for our law enforcement officers, firefighters, correctional officers, and EMS.  They have been working continuously to safeguard and protect our families, neighbors, and communities --often at great risk to their own health and well-being. 

This year has been particularly challenging for our Minnesota First Responders.  Benefit payments have been at historic levels as the need for our services grow.  The Minnesota 100 Club is here to support all of our First Responders, and they need to hear of our strong support and gratitude for them as they continue to protect our lives, safety and property. 

The Minnesota 100 Club was formed in 1972.  Since then we have helped over 500 families of fallen or disabled First Responders.  The dangers that firefighters, law enforcement, EMS professionals and correctional officers face is greater than ever.  Please support our volunteer  non-profit. Donate today or become a Member.

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Organization name

Minnesota 100 Club

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Community Humanitarian Aid


PO Box 1066
Anoka, MN 55303



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