There are a number of ways you can help those affected by the fire. You can donate clothes, food and any other useful supplies at these places:
Harrow Club, 187 Freston Rd, W10 6TH
Rugby Portobello Trust, 221 Walmer Rd, W11 4EY
St Clements Church, 95 Sirdar Rd, W11 4EQ
Or you can help raise funds for residents through various crowdfunding campaigns. Just Giving has confirmed that these campaigns are all verified, so you can be sure your money will go to help those in need.
- Nearby mosques and churches have opened their doors to offer help to those affected by the blaze. Residents have rallied together to urge people to donate clothing, toiletries, toys and spare clothes to St Clements Church, W11 4EQ, and other places in the near vicinity.
- Sikh Gurudwaras in London have started collecting and distributing spare clothes, toys, toiletries
5. HELPING HAND London Fire – how you can help those affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze
How can you donate to those affected by the fire?
As is to be expected, Londoners have pulled together with countless offers of beds, shelter and food to those left stranded – many of whom have been left with only the items they were wearing in bed.
A number of fundraising pages have been set up to help send emergency supplies.
The Grenfell Tower Fire Fund was set up by local councillor Eartha Pond.
The Latimer Road Fire Estate Appeal was set up by a local Muslim group, Annor Masjid & Annoor Cultural & community Centre Entire Team and Friends.
The Families of Grenfell Tower appeal had raised more than £40,000 within hours.
The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund was set up in the hours after the tragedy to raise money for those affected.
Another emergency fund was created – the West London Tower Fire Victims – on behalf of the local Muslim community to help all the families affected.
The Grenfell Tower Emergency Relief appeal was set up on Amazon as a wish list with the aim of sending supplies to the local Rugby Portobello Trust where many people are sheltering.