letter_photo_callenderThe mission of the 200 Club of Atlantic and Cape May Counties is to support and honor the brave men and women who provide essential emergency services to our communities– our firefighters, police officers and emergency medical services personnel. In the course of performing their duties these individuals often place themselves at great risk to ensure that we are safe, secure and comfortable when our peace, safety or health is threatened. The manner in which the 200 Club carries out its mission is to provide financial assistance and support to the families who have suffered the tragic loss of a loved one while in the line of duty. As a not-for-profit organization, we rely upon the financial support of local businesses and individuals to honor the memories of these lost heroes and provide much needed support to the loved one they leave behind.

Please come out to honor our fallen heroes, experience an outstanding speaker and enjoy a very fine brunch every March at The Tropicana in Atlantic City. This promises to be an outstanding event. .

Your participation in our Annual Brunch is important as it is our primary fundraiser and also a means for us to publicly demonstrate our support for both the families of our fallen heroes, as well as our solidarity with those active public safety officers who serve us each day. Just as our public safety officers are there for us on a moment’s notice, we too need to be prepared if our support is necessitated.

Your membership in the 200 Club and participation in our Annual Brunch brings honor to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice and helps support the families left behind. Help us to help these families by giving them both financial assistance and a well deserved heartfelt acknowledgment of the sacrifice made by their family member. Please share our cause with others and encourage membership as we must always stand ready to assist.

On behalf of the 200 Club and the families we assist, I thank you for your generosity.

Warm Regards,

Steve Callender