British Red Cross creates fund to help the people of Grenfell Tower

19 June 2017

The British Red Cross has started the London Fire Relief Fund to raise money to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in west London. In creating this national appeal, the charity is using its reach across the UK and beyond to provide a way for people to give money to those affected.

Money will be given to people affected by the fire, including those who have lost everything, to buy the things they need to give themselves and their families as much normality as they can get at this extraordinarily difficult time.

By donating to the London Fire Relief Fund, you will be able to help those who have been injured, bereaved, left destitute or traumatised by this tragedy.

The Mayor of Brent, Cllr Bhagwanji Chohan, is urging everyone to get behind the appeal.

He said: “Like all of us, I was deeply shocked and saddened by the fire at Grenfell Tower and tragic loss of life in one of our neighbouring boroughs. Thousands of people from London’s hugely diverse communities have already rallied round to support the victims and I encourage anyone who has not already done so to help those affected by supporting this appeal.”

Donate to the London Fire Relief Fund here.