The Appropriation Program
We provide funding and grants to 1st Responders for life saving equipment.
The Action Program
We financially support the dependents of heroes killed in the line of duty.
The Scholarship Program
We provide scholarships to the families of our 1st Responders & 200 Club Members.
“While we can never do enough for our 1st responders and their loved ones, we can always do a little more.”
Our Impact – Testimonials
“A Tip of the Helmet for Exceptional Service to the Fire Service Community. Since the inception of the 200 Club of Bergen County, their contributions to the fire service have been incredible. Over the years the 200 Club has assisted the families of fallen firefighters, funding college scholarships for firefighter’s children; and aiding local fire departments with emergency equipment has been a tremendous benefit to all.”
“I have had the pleasure of being the liaison for the Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps with the 200 Club for the past few years. We have benefited from the appropriations from much-needed pagers for our members to respond to multiple calls from home/work to a portable oximeter to assist us in our assessments of patients. The support from the Club is priceless and I can’t put into words the appreciation and gratitude I feel.“
“During my undergraduate years at Harvard, the 200 Club’s scholarship contributed to a much needed financial aid package that allowed me to pursue studies in history and health policy. The two years after graduation further paved my professional path in health as I worked at the New York State Health Foundation, where my contribution to the field ranged from co-authoring public health publications to developing strategic priority area recommendations to expand primary care capacity and access.”
“The Police Pipes and Drums of Bergen County have been a representative of Bergen County law enforcement for the past 21 years. Our strong roots of Irish ancestry and occupations as law enforcement officers, brought together a small group of police officers in 1992, to form a bagpipe band to represent the Bergen County law enforcement community. Today, that idea has evolved into a Bergen County tradition and has made the band one of the most recognized police bagpipe bands in the United States. For the past 21 years, the Bergen County 200 Club’s past and present leaders have made a commitment to our members and organization which has allowed us to continue and strive to be one of the most successful law enforcement bagpipe bands in the world. This continued commitment has established into strong foundation between both organizations and has allowed the Bergen County 200 Club to be recognized as a “partner and brother” in their continued support of the law enforcement community of Bergen County.”