Tip Top Cafe to donate portion of proceeds to 100 Club

100 Club supports families of fallen heroes


SAN ANTONIO – The 100 Club of San Antonio will be getting an outpouring of financial support thanks to a local restaurant known for its tasty dishes.

The Tip Top Cafe on Fredericksburg Road has been recognized for its Texas-sized chicken fried streaks, onion rings and fresh pies and was even featured on the Food Network.

From Tuesday through Nov. 21, a portion of proceeds from those dishes will be donated to the 100 Club of San Antonio. The nonprofit organization helps the families of fallen police officers, firefighters and first responders.

“It’s really comforting for first responders to know when they go out the door, there's that potential that they could make that ultimate sacrifice, but they know it’s organizations such as the 100 Club that are going to be there, support them and their family,” said Anthony Trevino, San Antonio assistant police chief.

The 100 Club Survivors Fund places a strong emphasis on higher education funding for children of fallen heroes.