The Hundred Club of Connecticut is a charitable, non-profit, tax exempt organization of more than 2400 leading citizens from all parts of the state and from all walks of life who are committed to the task of easing the financial burdens of the surviving spouse and children of police officers, volunteer and paid firefighters, and correction officers who have given their lives in the performance of their duties.
Since the founding of the Club in 1967, 238 of our brave public servants have made the supreme sacrifice.
After an initial grant of $10,000 to the spouse, close contact and frequent follow-up is maintained with the family to ensure that financial assistance is provided for educational, medical, dental and other needs that occur. Read more >
Bob Offen, long time member and friend of The Hundred Club as well as editor of The Hundred Call died unexpectedly, Tuesday, April 14, 2015. You can read the obituary here Donations in Bob’s memory may be mailed to The Hundred Club at P.O. Box 419 Glastonbury, CT 06033.
IPAD Winner Monday, October 1, 2012 – President Bernie Sullivan & Past President Andre Charbonneau conducted the drawing for the IPAD in conjunction with the Web Launch of the new site. The lucky entrant is Hundred Club member Glen Dean of Stonington. Congratulations Glen! From left to right: Andre Charbonneau, Patricia Grenier, President Bernie Sullivan.