Here’s How You Can Help Victims Of The Grenfell Tower Fire Today

Grenfell Tower Donations
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London has once more become the scene of tragedy after a huge fire engulfed a tower block in West London, killing several and leaving scores needing medical attention.

The blaze at the 27-storey Grenfell Tower has left an estimated 2,000 people without homes.

Londoners are in desperate need of our help today, and there are a number of ways we can offer it.

1) Donate Clothes, Food, Water, Toiletries and Bedding

Londoners can donate items to the Westaway Sports Centre on Crowthorne Road or St. John’s Church on Landsdowne Crescent in Notting Hill.

A number of people are also tweeting the following drop-off points, including a number of restaurants in East London for those that can’t make it West:

2) Donate Funds 

For those outside of London, you can donate to the following:

3) Share This Helpline Number – 0800 096 1233 

The Mayor of London took to Radio 4 this morning to say: “There is a number available for anyone who is at all worried about their loved ones or friends or family.

“If you are worried please feel free to ring the number. It’s manned by professional staff and they’ve got records of who they know is accounted for and can take your details and ring you back if there is anybody that you’re worried about.”