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

Support a Wake Forest, NC Police Officer with Unexpected Loss

From the GiveForward website:  Dave's amazing wife, Jamie Cohen, just passed away today (March 19, 2015) after a very sudden and unexpected illness. Dave had just taken a new job in the Raleigh, NC area so they could live close to Jamie's family. They have 2 young boys, Asher and Mason, who are left without their mother who adored and loved them more than anything.

Johnston County loses First Responder in NC DOT Work Zone Accident

Our neighboring county, Johnston, suffered a loss when William Grey Bailey of Bay Valley Road, Kenly died at the age of 35 after being struck by a car on Monday morning, March 23, 2015. Grey was a 1998 graduate of North Johnston High School. He took great pride in his job with the North Carolina Department of Transportation where he always treated everyone with courtesy and respect.

Holly Hill Hospital Charity Golf Tournament

Holly Hill Hospital is proud to sponsor this year’s golf tournament to benefit The 200 Club of Wake County.

Format: 4-Person Scramble Cost per golfer is $130* and includes:
•Range, green and cart fees.
•Goody bag, boxed lunch and BBQ dinner.
•Prizes provided to top 3 teams.

*First Responder Discount: $95!

For additional information, please contact Amanda Johanson at Holly Hill Hospital (919) 250-7000