The Boston-based band kicked off their fundraising efforts with a charity T-shirt which contributed more than $150,000 itself. Beyond that, they performed a benefit show, alongside State Radio, Big D and the Kids Table, Parkington Sisters, Old Brigade, and Barroom Heroes. Most recently, they issued a special version of their single "Rose Tattoo" as an EP with contributions from Bruce Springsteen.
Shortly after that, the group began working on raising money for those affected by the recent tornado in Oklahoma.
All the charity work is run through The Clddagh Fund, founded by the Dropkicks' own Ken Casey.