Who We Are

The 200 Club of Wake County is an organization of concerned citizens dedicated to providing immediate financial help for the spouse and children of police officers, sheriff deputies, firemen, EMS squad members and North Carolina State Highway Patrol serving in Wake County who lose their life in the line of duty.

Please look through this web site to learn more about the goals and membership of The 200 Club of Wake County, North Carolina.

Serving Those Who Risk Their Lives Serving Others

Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce First Responders Appreciation Breakfast

Thank Our Local Heroes

Join the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce as they thank those who risk their lives to save others. The breakfast allows the business community to express appreciation for the service that first responders provide. They will welcome representatives from Wake County Emergency Medical Services, the Wake County Sheriff’s Office, NC Highway Patrol, the Raleigh-Wake County Emergency Communications Center, the City of Raleigh Fire Department, and the City of Raleigh Police Department. A portion of the proceeds benefit The 200 Club of Wake County

Inaugural Cary Unity Walk

The Inaugural Cary Unity Walk is an event to celebrate citizens working together to support local first responders and create a safe, unified, and nurturing community for our youth and our future.

This event includes a walk from down town Cary to Wake Med Soccer Park where participants will enjoy a Unity Festival and Races (5k, 10K and mile) It will also benefit area non-profit organizations that serve many needs in our community.

2017 Annual Meeting

The 2017 Annual Meeting will be held March 15, 2017 at the Wake Tech Public Safety Campus at 321 Chapanoke Road Raleigh, NC. Members, donors, police chiefs, fire chiefs, and mayors for Wake County will receive formal invitations in the mail after the beginning of the year.