‘100 Club’ stepping in to help family of fallen San Jacinto County deputy constable killed

100 Club helping families of injured or fallen officers, first responders

HOUSTON – Houston nonprofit The 100 Club is stepping in to support family members of fallen San Jacinto County Precinct 1 deputy constable Neil Adams.

The nonprofit supports families of first responders who were killed or seriously injured in the line of duty.

Adams was killed while working an extra shift inside PlazAmericas Mall in Sharpstown on Wednesday. He left behind a wife and several adult children.

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The 100 Club plans to donate $20,000 to Deputy Adams’ wife to help with any immediate financial needs, according to a news release. They will also assist his dependents after a needs assessment has been conducted.

You can help the 100 Club by donating to their Survivors Fund by clicking here.

Donations are also accepted at the following: 100 Club Survivor’s Fund, 6919 Portwest Dr. Ste. 150, Houston, TX 77024. 100% of donations go to families of fallen first responders.

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