Nonprofits and Community Resources
City of Revere Social Media Accounts
Revere Area Nonprofits and Community Resources
Scroll to the right for information about each nonprofit, including what services they offer. Use this list to help connect with housing assistance, food assistance, fuel assistance, educational opportunities, and more. If you know of an organization that should be included on this list, email Nick Romano in the Mayor's office.
Revere Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union
The Revere Municipal Credit Union was started over 50 years ago by 10 Revere policeman who wanted to help City employees and their families with low interest loans and low fees. Public works, Police, City Hall employees and school department employees of both Revere and Winthrop are eligible.
The Credit Union has expanded its membership to include all students of Revere and Winthrop Public Schools grades 1 to 12 and their families.
The Credit Union has an office at Revere High School at 101 School Street to help students and staff.
For more information, visit www.Reveremunicipalefcu.org
At our initial nonprofit meeting, we learned a lot about the great work going on in our community. The Mayor would like to honor some of this work in the media and through the city’s website/social media by starting a monthly nonprofit spotlight feature. Each month, we’ll select a person or a group to highlight with a story on revere.org, and share this story with local media. If you would like to nominate someone (your own group, or someone else’s!), reach out to Nick Romano (781-286-8111) with information about the work they’re doing, and a recent story of how they made an impact in our community.