The Revere Tornado Relief Fund

The Tornado of 2014 is still vivid in our memories and a fund has been set up to help residents and business owners who were impacted by this incredible storm that devastated our city.

Revere residents have responded to the call so many times when friends and neighbors have faced adversity and challenges in their lives. We hope that residents will donate generously to the Revere Tornado Relief Fund and help the many people whose homes were destroyed or severely damaged and the business owners whose losses were not covered by insurance.

People can donate to the fund in three ways:

By Mail: Revere Tornado Relief Fund, P.O. Box 496, Revere, MA 02151



Residents may drop off their financial donations at Peoples Bank, c/o Revere Tornado Relief Fund, 310 Broadway, Revere, MA 02151

Revere Torando Relief Concert Series

Announced for Aug. 22 at Mottolo Post

Revere resident Arthur Dauwer announced that a concert will be held on Friday, Aug. 22 at the Mottolo VFW Post to benefit the Revere Tornado Relief Fund and assist the victims of the tornado that struck the city on July 28.

Dauwer said the show, featuring dance and rock bands, will begin at 7 p..m. Dauwer, who is a member of the band Blue Tiger, will serve as master of ceremonies and DJ for the event that is part of the Revere Tornado Relief Concert Series.

Joining Blue Tiger at the concert are bands Tre Bella and the Good Fellas, The Call of Booty, Cambridge 213, Travel Amygdala, and DJ Severe Revere.

All bands are volunteering their time, along with numerous volunteers who are donating food items for the venue. Local businesses are donating gift certificates and baskets that will be raffled off.

All proceeds will go to the Revere Tornado Relief Fund.

“The people of Revere are looking forward to this great night and support of our city,” said Dauwer. “We thank everyone, especially the Mottolo Post and all the volunteers, for their great support.”

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