100 CLUB


The mission of the 100 Club of Brazoria County is to provide support to the law enforcement families of those officers killed in the line of duty.

Annual banquet

At the Annual banquet, the 100 Club of Brazoria County honors three (3) law enforcement officers who compete for "Officer of the Year". 


about us

Few of us would trade places with the
men and women who daily risk their lives
for our safety. The least we can do is
show them we care.



The 100 Club of Brazoria County is comprised of dedicated people seeking to help the spouse and children should an officer be killed in the line of duty.


join the club...

The 100 Club provides monetary and emotional support for the surviving spouse and children (family members) of officers who give their lives in the line of duty. 

By providing this support, the 100 Club makes it possible for survivors of the deceased officer to shoulder their loss without being immediately overwhelmed with economic matters in their hour of need.

The 100 Club financial support consists of a lump sum payment for the members of the family in an amount approved by the Board of Directors.  If you would like to join the 100 Club of Brazoria County and further its mission, you can (1) become a lifetime member with a onetime $1,000.00 contribution or (2) a one year membership with a contribution of $100.00. Click below to find out more.



We honor those who have lost their lives in the line of duty. 
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2019 scholarship...


Pictured at a recent ceremony are: 
(L to R) John Dewey,100 Club of Brazoria County Chairman; Haley Dietrich, Hayden Fisher, Tara Anderson, Jared Weaver and H.L. "Buddy" Baker, Treasurer. 

The students are dependents of Brazoria County law enforcement officers and were awarded $3,000.00 scholarships. Congratulations!

Want to know more about our Scholarship program?