How we are responding to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The safety of our employees, customers and communities is a priority. Learn what we are doing to take appropriate precautions while ensuring business continuity. Learn More.

Important Information: COVID-19 Updates

This is our official site for our latest updates on the impact of the coronavirus. Please bookmark to check for ongoing updates.

In light of growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), we at Revere Bank want you to know we are closely monitoring the situation while continuing to provide you with access to the banking services you need. Our intent is to ensure the safety of our employees, customers and communities while ensuring business continuity. Click the link below to learn what you can expect from us.

We Are Here to Help

Revere Bank is committed to supporting our clients who are experiencing financial difficulties as a result of the impact of COVID-19. If you are facing financial hardship, please contact your relationship managerbranch manager or our customer service center at 1-866-920-8185  to discuss options for your particular situation. You may also send us a message and a customer service representative will promptly respond to you.

COVID-19 Resources and Information

Federal Government

  • U.S. Treasury Department: CARES Act—Assistance for Small Businesses
  • U.S. Treasury Department: SBA Paycheck Protection Program Information Sheet for Borrowers
  • Small Business Administration—Coronavirus Funding Options:
    • Small Business Administration (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
      • Updated 5/7/20: Additional funding for the SBA PPP has been authorized and the SBA is accepting applications. The demand for the PPP has been extremely high. Program funding is allocated by the SBA on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are a Revere Bank client and you have questions about a previously submitted application, please contact your relationship manager or business banker to discuss. Revere Bank is now a part of the Sandy Spring Bank family. Please visit Sandy Spring Bank’s website for detailed information about SBA PPP.
    • SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)
      • Updated 5/7/20: At this time, only agricultural business applications will be accepted due to limitations in funding availability and the unprecedented submission of applications already received. Applicants who have already submitted their applications will continue to be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional information is available on the SBA’s website.




Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

World Health Organization