Millions of Dollars in Financial Support

Since its creation in 1985, the 200 Club has continually worked on increasing and improving the support we provide to our police, fire and emergency service personnel.

In addition to the millions of dollars in financial support we have provided through our continuous Action, Appropriation and Scholarship programs, the one time 9/11 WTC Fund raised more than $300,000 for Bergen County public servants affected by September 11th.

Additionally, the 200 Club has also played a vital role in the creation of two memorials located at the Law and Public Safety Institute in Mahwah: The Wall of Heroes Memorial and The 9/11 Memorial.

The Wall of Heroes and 9/11 Memorials

The Wall of Heroes Memorial, which was dedicated in 2005 and is located in the main training room of the Law and Public Safety Institute, includes shadow boxes of those Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, and Emergency Medical Technicians that have died in the line of duty.

The 9/11 Memorial is located in the entrance of the facility. A twelve-foot section of the World Trade Center that was acquired is an integral part of this Memorial.

The 9/11 Memorial was created to honor and remember the Bergen County residents – both 1st Responders and Citizens – who perished on that horrific day. The 9/11 Memorial also includes Military Personnel who lost their lives subsequently in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Sadly, it also includes those First Responders who died due to related illnesses from Ground Zero.

Leadership Team and Our Members

Although the 200 Club does not always announce or advertise the specifics of donations to First Responders and their families, since 1985, we have always been there.

The 200 Club’s ability to continue the work we do unabated over these many years, can be attributed to the hard work of our Leadership Team and the unwavering financial support of our members. And, this combination of leadership and financial support, has allowed the 200 Club of Bergen County to uphold the promise we made back in 1985: to never forget.

If you are not already a member, please join us today and help us continue our mission and related programs that support the 1st Responders of Bergen County and their families.