Salute to Our Hometown Heroes
Mark your calendars – Annual Dinner set for Thursday, October 19, 2023. More exciting details to come!
Supporting the Brightest in Our Community
The 2023 Scholarship Application is available to children (natural & adopted) of sworn Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters within Washtenaw County. Apply now!
Give Back To Those Who Give Everything
Since 1971 we’ve supported the families of Washtenaw County law enforcement and fire fighting personnel. It’s time to renew your membership!
Who We Are
It is the mission of The Washtenaw 100 to provide immediate financial support to the families of law enforcement officers and firefighters serving in Washtenaw County who die in the line of duty. In addition, The Washtenaw 100 annually awards college scholarships to the children of active duty law enforcement officers and firefighters and monetary grants to local law enforcement and fire departments.
The Washtenaw 100 is a not for profit 501 (c)3 organization.
For additional information, please contact the Washtenaw 100 Board Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022 LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Sergeant John Cratsenburg
Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office
2022 GRANT PROGRAM RECIPIENTS
The Washtenaw 100 has awarded over $88,000 to various agencies to enhance officer and firefighter safety.
Huron Clinton Metroparks Police Dept.
Northfield Township Police Department
Pittsfield Township Police Department
Washtenaw Community College DPS
2022 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
The Washtenaw 100 awarded 13 scholarships for 2022.
2022 Annual Dinner Sponsors
Bob & Julie Conlin
Karl & Nan Couyoumjian
Tim & Laurie Wadhams
Robert & Melissa Zimmerman
The Washtenaw 100
The Washtenaw 100 is proud to support the families of the men and women of law enforcement and firefighting who give so selflessly that we may enjoy a safe community.