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What is the 100 Club of Acadiana?
The 100 Club of Acadiana is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial and supportive assistance to the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters who have been killed or seriously injured in the line of duty in the Acadiana area.
Who exactly do you serve and what regions do you cover?
The 100 Club of Acadiana serves the contiguous Acadiana Parishes including: Acadia, Iberia, St. Landry, St. Martin, and Vermilion parishes. In these areas, we provide line of duty coverage and death benefits to law enforcement, fire fighters and the Louisiana State Police.
How is the 100 Club of Acadiana funded?
We rely entirely on membership dues, donations, and fundraising events. We do not receive any government funding. Our work is made possible through the generosity of our community members and businesses.
How do I join The 100 Club and is my gift tax-deductible?

To join, please navigate to the home page and click the link in the upper right hand corner of the home page labeled "New Member Signup". The 100 Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, so your gift is tax-deductible.

New Member Signup

What is the difference between joining The 100 Club and donating to the Survivor’s Fund?
  • Donations made for membership in The 100 Club, special contributions, and other events are used to fulfill our mission of helping the dependents of firefighters and peace officers, providing law enforcement agencies with life-protecting equipment, and providing law enforcement officers with education opportunities. Membership is the only thing that will get you a 100 Club decal.
  • 100% of your tax-deductible donation to the Survivor’s Fund goes to help the dependents of peace officers and firefighters. When someone is killed in the line of duty, The 100 Club appeals to its members and to the public for donations and disburses funds to the dependents of the fallen hero.

New Member Signup

How long does my membership last?

Regular memberships for individuals and businesses last for one year, beginning the first day of the month following the date you join and running for 12 months. Life memberships for individuals and businesses truly last for life.
New Member Signup

How does the 100 Club of Acadiana support families of fallen or injured heroes?
We provide immediate financial assistance, as well as long-term support such as covering educational expenses for dependents, mortgage payments, and other critical needs to help families during their most challenging times.
Who can become a member of the 100 Club of Acadiana?
Membership is open to everyone. Individuals and businesses alike can join the 100 Club of Acadiana. We offer various membership levels, including Annual, Life, and Business Memberships.
Can businesses partner with the 100 Club of Acadiana?
Yes, businesses can join as Business Members or Business Life Members. This partnership demonstrates a commitment to social responsibility and offers opportunities for visibility and community engagement.
How can I volunteer or get more involved with the 100 Club of Acadiana?
We welcome volunteers and community involvement in various capacities. Please contact us at to find out more about volunteer opportunities and other ways to get involved.
How are the funds distributed to families in need?
The distribution of funds is based on immediate needs assessment and long-term support considerations, ensuring that the assistance we provide is both timely and impactful.
What events does the 100 Club of Acadiana host or participate in?
We organize and participate in several events throughout the year, including fundraising activities, awareness campaigns, and community events. Keep an eye on our website and social media for upcoming event details.
How can I stay updated on the activities and impact of the 100 Club of Acadiana?
Follow us on our Facebook page, and check our website regularly for updates, news, and stories about our work and the families we support.