Welcome to the 200 Club of Burlington County web site.
Founded in 1990, the 200 Club of Burlington County is a charitable, nonprofit organization comprised entirely of dedicated volunteers, with the
primary mission of providing financial assistance to the families of fallen or injured members of the State Police, County and Municipal Police, Fire
or Emergency Medical Services serving the citizens of Burlington County.
The Club also supports these public safety professionals through the awarding of scholarships, advanced training awards, and recognition awards at
an annual dinner.
Burlington County 200 Club to Host 26th Honor-Valor Awards Dinner
The Burlington County 200 Club will be holding the Twenty-Sixth Honor-Valor Award Dinner on Friday, February 19, 2016, at Merion Caterers, Cinnaminson, New Jersey. The dinner serves as an opportunity for us to honor local police officers, county detectives, state troopers, firefighters, and emergency squad members whose performance demands special recognition and tribute. An overview of the awards and criteria is available here. Please note that there are two (2) recognition awards based on prior year activity (Honor-Valor and Meritorious), and that we will also present a Distinguished Service Award to honor outstanding service on a continued basis. Additionally, we will also be selecting Advanced Training and Scholarship recipients.
Diner Ticket and Award Criteria information is available here. Sponors also welcome.
Burlington County 200 Club Seeking Scholarship Candidates
The 200 Club of Burlington County announces they are seeking applicants from individuals serving with Burlington County law enforcement, fire and EMS organizations or members of their families. The 200 Club will award up to four scholarships, in the amount of $2,500 each at their Annual Scholarship Awards Banquet scheduled for February 19, 2016, at Merion Caterers, Cinnaminson, New Jersey.