History
The Two Hundred Club of Greater Miami, Inc. was founded in 1968 by Ben Benjamin, Ben C. McGahey, Samuel J. Powers, Jr., Ralph Renick and Don Shoemaker. It was patterned after the One Hundred Club of Detroit, which has operated with outstanding accomplishments in that city since 1952.

The purpose of The Two Hundred Club is to benefit the families of law enforcement officers, fire fighters and their dependents when such officers or fire fighters have lost their lives in the line of duty.




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The Two Hundred Club of Greater Miami, Inc. is proud to be actively engaged in preserving the One Hundred Club of Detroit's worthy legacy. Since our inception, The Two Hundred Club has made benefit payments and contributions in excess of $1,000,000.

Read our
 Mission Statement online.

Membership dues are $300 annually, and IRS exemption has been granted.

Two gourmet dinner meetings per year, in the Spring and Fall, are included in the member- ship dues. The Two Hundred Club does not seek public funds; it is supported by the dues paid by its members, proceeds from the Club's investments and occasional bequests.



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Contact Us

P.O. Box 34-8579
Coral Gables, FL 33234
Office: 305.443.8973   


Administrator

Nancy C. Morgan
Coral Gables Services, Inc.
nancycgss@aol.com







 
 
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