The 100 Club, a 66 year
old Houston based non-profit organization, which supports the dependents of Law
Enforcement officers and firefighters killed in the line of duty, announces its
assistance for the dependent family of Texas Department of Public Safety
Trooper Moises Sanchez, 49, who was shot in the line of duty on April 6, 2019
in Edinburg, TX. He passed away as the result of his injuries on August 24,
2019 in Houston, TX. Trooper Sanchez is survived by his wife, and three
A $20,000 check will be
given to Trooper Sanchez wife to help with any immediate financial needs.
Additional financial support for the dependent family will be made after an
assessment of their needs is conducted. The average gift from the 100
Club to a dependent family is approximately $300,000.
Donations are being accepted to “The 100
Club Survivors Fund”, that provides benefits to the dependents of Firefighters
and Law Enforcement Officers who lose their life in the line of duty.
Contributions are being accepted at:
100 Club Survivors Fund
5555 San Felipe Street Suite 1750
Houston TX 77056-5527
and at The 100 Club website: www.the100club.org.
100% of “Survivors Fund” donations goes
to the dependents of law enforcement officers and firefighters and killed in
the line of duty.
The 100 Club began in 1953 when a
handful of citizens banded together to provide financial support to the dependents
of Houston Police Officers killed in the line of duty. Today, The 100 Club’s
32,000 members, located in thirty two (32) counties in southeast Texas,
continue to band together for the purpose of aiding dependents of these public
safety officers and responding to their needs, which includes all Texas DPS
commissioned personnel killed in the line of duty anywhere in the State of
We invite the community to participate.
A Survivors Fund gift may be made on our website by following this link: https://the100club.org/give/donate-to-the-survivors-fund/