Dropkick Murphys raise almost $100,000 (and counting) for Boston Bombing victims

Boston natives Dropkick Murphys are close to reaching $100,000 in their “For Boston” t-shirt sales, all of which will go to their official charity to support victims of this week’s tragedy in Boston:

“All of your funds are going into our nationally-recognized official 501(c)3 charity, Claddagh Fund. Money will be given to support victims of the bombings, including the Richard Family from Dorchester, who have ties to the band.

Eight-year-old Martin Richard was killed in the blast on Boylston Street. His sister Jane and his mom Denise are still in serious condition, recovering from injuries sustained in the blast. Along with his father, Bill, he was watching friends cross the finish line.

When we disburse the funds, we will disclose a breakdown of all the financials—so you can see where your money is being spent.”

Click here to help out the project.

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