Benevity to Match Donations

Benevity has just announced that it will match all donations to non-profit organizations up to a maximum of $300,000. You can donate to Revere’s Riders via Benevity by going to the Revere’s Riders Benevity Donation Page.

COVID-19 Statement

Like all of you, we here at Revere’s Riders have been closely following the developments associated with COVID-19 and its effects on our daily lives. Our hope was that small events such as ours would not be substantially impacted by the COVID-19 related restrictions; unfortunately, that has turned out to not be the case with
Revere’s Riders events are now listed on the firearms training event aggregation site PewPewTraining. PewPewTraining allows anyone to stay informed of firearms training events in their geographic area or desired discipline either directly on the website or via email. Some of the trainers and organizations already on PewPewTraining include: Gabe White Training Massad Ayoob Group
A Revolutionary War era two-story log structure was recently revealed during the demolition of a condemned building in Washingtonville, PA. The building was last used as a bar and storage and had been condemned by the town. Valley Girl News has more details of this amazing find: The old bar, once known as KCs Corner,
Three new books have been added to the Revere’s Riders online store. Obviously, each of these books are outside of our usual focus on Revolutionary War history, but we have included them in our online store to highlight American military heroes of more modern times. Alvin York: A New Biography of the Hero of the
The Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association (ISRPA) featured an article on our Marty Brown Memorial events in their Jan/Feb/Mar newsletter. #MartyBrownMemorial #MarksmenFightingCancer
A WWI diary written by Private Arthur Edward Diggens (born August 26, 1895 in London) has been recently found in a barn in Leicestershire, England. The diary was discovered in a box along with other unrelated militaria items the provenance of which is unknown. Entries in the diary begin on February 13, 1916 and end
Amazon is the largest online retailer in the world; most of us have purchased something (if not 100’s of things) from Amazon. You may have noticed that some of the products in the Revere’s Riders online store redirect you to Amazon for purchase as well. What you may not know is that you can use

Annual Report: 2019 in Review

Dear Members and Friends of Revere’s Riders, Two-thousand-nineteen has now passed into two-thousand-twenty and it is time to reflect on our accomplishments and challenges as an organization. As is traditional for the President, I will present numerous statistics concerning what Revere’s Riders accomplished in the previous year. None of these could have occurred without the
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