Currently the Victoria 100 Club continues to offer additional assistance by purchasing and donating equipment to our law enforcement, fire department, and emergency medical personnel, and providing law enforcement training while continuing to increase and enhance the financial base of this necessary and worthwhile organization.

  • 2014

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office to assist in the purchase of a “drug dog” and training.

    Donated funds to the family of fallen First Responder Edwin Ellis.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Fire Department to complete the purchase of fitness equipment.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of fifteen Body Worn Camera Systems.

  • 2013

    November - Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of LED flashlights.

    November - Donated funds to the Victoria Fire Department to assist in the purchase of fitness equipment.

    December - Donated funds to Precinct 1, Precinct 2, Precinct 3, Precinct 4, Victoria Police Department and Victoria County Sheriff’s office for the purchase of practice ammo.

  • 2012

    January - The Victoria 100 Club implemented the Victoria Law Enforcement Academic Fund (VLEAF). This program was created to assist law enforcement personnel with their continuing education. In April, 2012, President Howard B. Goode presented the first VLEAF scholarship to Officer Zachary DeLaRosa.

    January - Provided financial assistance to the family of Firefighter Ray Gregory during his rehabilitation from a fall while on duty.

    July - 5 Star Life Insurance Company presented a check to the family of Daniel Teinert who worked with the Victoria Fire Department and who died in the line of duty.

    November - Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of tasers.

  • 2011

    Working together with 5 Star Life Insurance Company– signed up all eligible “first responders” to provide them with a basic life/AD&D insurance policy at no cost to the “first responders” and coverage is 24/7. To date, 5 Star has paid out life insurance benefits to the family of 2 “first responders”.

  • 2010

    Donated funds to the Victoria Fire Department for the purchase of Rescue Tools.

    Donated funds to the Raisin Volunteer Fire Department to assist in repairs of fire engine.

  • 2009

    Donated funds to the Quail Creek Volunteer Fire Department.

    Donated funds to the Lone Tree Community Volunteer Fire Department.

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office.

    Provided training for law enforcement personnel.

    Deputy Timothy Olsvosky died in the line of duty and on October 15, 2009 the Victoria 100 Club delivered a check in the amount of $20,000.00 to Mrs. Sarah Olsvosky, the deputy’s widow. Throughout 2010, Victoria 100 Club liaisons worked closely with Ms. Olsvosky to assure that her financial needs were met.

  • 2008

    No request for equipment.

  • 2007

    Provided training for law enforcement personnel.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Fire Department/EMS.

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office.

  • 2006

    No request for equipment.

  • 2005

    Donated funds for the purchase of 4 body armor vests that were donated to Victoria College Department of Police.

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office for the purchase of 4 digital cameras.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of 150 safety vests and 1 ATN day/night rifle scope system.

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office for the purchase of 2 pairs ATN Generation 3+ 648L/MM night vision binoculars.

    Provided training for law enforcement personnel.

  • 2004

    Provided training for law enforcement personnel.

    Donated funds for the purchase of Intoximeters that were donated to Texas Parks and Wildlife.

  • 2003

    Provided training for law enforcement personnel.

  • 2002

    No request for equipment.

  • 2001

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office for the purchase of 4 new portable radios compatible with new system and to be used exclusively by Victoria County Reserve officers who must purchase all of their equipment.

    Donated funds for the purchase of a life saving Heart-start Defibrillator to be used by the Civilians On Patrol in their assigned unit by the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office.

    Donated funds for the purchase of a life saving Heart-start Defibrillator and to be used exclusively at the Victoria County Juvenile Detention Center of the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office.

    Donated funds for the purchase special life saving equipment worn in the training of Firefighters during their course of instruction at Victoria College.

  • 2000

    No request for equipment.

  • 1999

    Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of a K-9 “drug dog” and 75 trauma shooting kits.

  • 1998

    Donated funds to the Victoria Fire/EMS Department for the purchase of 5 defibrillator packs.

    Donated funds to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the purchase of 2 Sure Shot cameras.

  • 1997

    Donated funds to the Victoria County Sheriff’s Office for the purchase of 2 Eyewitness Surveillance Systems.

  • 1996

    Donated funds to the Victoria Fire Department for the purchase of a hazardous gas detector.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of flash lights and rechargeable batteries.

    Donated funds to the Victoria Police Department for the purchase of a “drug dog”.