100 Club Heart of Texas Responds to Local Tragedy

100 Club Heart of Texas Responds to Local Tragedy Local 100 Club is working closely with Law Enforcement to meet immediate needs of Jones Family and Krumnow Family Falls County and McLennan County (October 12, 2019) – In keeping with 100 Club’s mission of assisting families of first responders killed and critically injured in the line of duty, the 100 Club Heart of Texas and their Board of Directors have set up for the community to directly contribute to the family of Falls County K-9 Deputy Matt Jones and Chief of Police Danny Krumnow of Riesel, Texas. All proceeds collected will be directed to these families. On Friday October 11, 2019, approximately 2:46PM, your 100 Club located in Waco, Texas was notified of a critical incident on Hwy 6 near Riesel. We learned that Chief of Police Danny Krumnow of Riesel Police Department was in critical condition and that our neighboring Sheriff’s Office in Falls County also suffered a line of duty death of K-9 Deputy Matt Jones in the same incident. This lead to extensive communications with Board Advisors, Board of Directors, and Community Leaders as we began the process of assessing immediate need of the Jones Family and Krumnow Family. We are providing three avenues in which our community can provide a non-taxable donation to assist these two families to help offset financial cost due to this tragedy: 1. The community can make direct donations by visiting https://100clubhot.com immediately. Please use the donate button on the top of the main page to choose which family, if not both, you would like to support. (If you are having trouble on the mobile site, then please clear your browsing history to allow new information to load.) 2. The community also has a second option to donate directly to an account set up at any of the First National Bank of Central Texas branch locations on Tuesday, October 15, 2019, as Monday is a banking Holiday. 3. You may also mail in your contribution to 100 Club Heart of Texas PO Box 21990 Waco, TX 76702-1990. “This tragedy and loss has affected the entire state of Texas. Law Enforcement agencies have been working diligently to coordinate resources to meet the needs of both families. It is a great honor to be partnered with agencies like the 100 Club Heart of Texas to insure we can meet most, if not, all needs during this time”, said Chief Ryan Holt of Waco Police Department and Advisor to the 100 Club Heart of Texas. “Our hearts are heavy for everyone involved. Our community has been shaken but has always proven to be strong and resilient when neighbors need one another. Our law enforcement are our protectors, and live amongst us as neighbors, as friends, and as family. We need to be their protector in a time like this”, said Heart of Texas 100 Club Executive Director Sandy Pechacek. About 100 Club Heart of Texas Established in 2012, the 100 Club in the Heart of Texas is a citizen-based, non-profit organization that raises funds to help pay funeral expenses, relieve mortgage or other debt, and cover dependent educational expenses along with mental health support for the family of first responders killed in the line of duty or critically injured in McLennan County The Club receives no government support, is non-political, and is entirely volunteer-driven. For More information, please visit www.100clubhot.com, or follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/100clubhot

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