The First Responders in Montezuma and Dolores Counties welcome all visitors to the epicenter of the Four Corners region in southwestern Colorado!
A short drive in any direction leads you to the top of Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde National Park or to the remote depths of McElmo Canyon. Whether you’re just here to visit, or if you’re here to stay for a while, rest assured that the men and women that comprise our First Responders work hard every day to ensure your safety. You may not always see them, but First Responders are always at the ready, willing to help when the need arises.
The First Responders in Montezuma and Dolores Counties work tirelessly to ensure the safety of our visitors and residents and have adopted a regional approach to public safety to better focus on the unique needs of the communities that we serve. When you are here, you can rest assured that quality and immediate assistance from our family of law enforcement, fire and rescue and emergency medical services is just a phone call away.
First Reponders everywhere are admired and respected not only for what their duties require on a day to day basis, but also when they willingly go into a situation where they know they may not make it out alive. First Responders work selflessly, not thinking of themselves, their families or their own futures in order to ensure the safety and futures of those they are assisting.
Because our First Responders give so much of themselves, the 100 Club of Montezuma County was established to give back to those First Responders who gave everything in the line of duty. The 100 Club of Montezuma County is a non-profit organization that seeks to support First Responders and their families. Our mission is simple – we seek to “provide immediate financial assistance for families of all first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty in Montezuma and Dolores Counties.”
However, we cannot wait until the unthinkable happens to show support to our First Responders. It is critical that these men and women know now, before they strap on a bulletproof vest, step onto a fire truck or wheel a stretcher up to a front door, that there is community support for their families, just as they support our families.
The 100 Club of Montezuma County provides that reassurance to our First Responders. We rely on memberships, donations and fundraisers to fund our mission and, if you are in a position to help our worthy cause, we would like to thank you for your assistance. If you are new to the area and would like to get involved in your community, we would like to welcome you aboard! If you are headed home soon, please remember to thank your local First Responders for the invaluable services they provide to your community. Please find your local 100 Club and get involved to show your support as well!
Please enjoy the beauty of the Four Corners region of southwestern Colorado. Whether you stay for just a week or whether you stay for a lifetime, the 100 Club of Montezuma County welcomes you to our community. While you are here, please do not take for granted the dedicated service that the First Responders of Montezuma and Dolores Counties provide for you and your family.
For more information, or to donate to our website, please visit www.100clubofmontezumacounty.com