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This listing aims to give an overview of financial advice available to those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. This could include information about advice on accessing funds, bank and council help.
Humanity First is raising funds to support the families whose lives have been tragically affected by the fire. The funds raised will help those who have had their homes and belongings destroyed by the fire.
Turn2us is a West London based charity, located less than three miles from Grenfell Tower, with 120 years of grantmaking experience. We give direct financial support to people in financial hardship. In response to this terrible event we have already made grants totalling over £150,000 to those directly affected, to help families and individuals meet …
IWA Aid Relief have created the Grenfell Tower campaign to fundraise as much as possible to enable us to help the victims and families that have been affected by the terrible Grenfell Tower Fire on both a short term and long term basis EVERY single penny raised will be used to help victims of the …
fundraising for Grenfell Tower. 16 July: £105 raised to date.
As the horror of the Grenfell Tower block fire unfolded on Wednesday (June 14) morning, people from across the country started asking what they can do to help those affected. It’s thought that around 500 people call the Lancaster West Estate high-rise home, and they need help – most of them will have lost everything.getwestlondon …
We are all devastated by the news of the terrible fire at Grenfell Tower and our thoughts are with everyone affected. Donate via to our BigGive fundraising page or our JustGiving fundraising page. You can be confident that 100% of your donation goes to local causes, to change local lives. We raise our core costs …
Following the devastating fire that engulfed Grenfell Tower on 14 June 2017, the Grenfell Muslim Response Unit (GMRU) has been working on the ground to ensure that those who fled for their lives have been given emergency cash grants in order to alleviate some of their immediate difficulties. So far, £142,080* (excluding the Evening Standard’s …
We are dedicated to funding community based action that improves the lives of London’s most disadvantaged. ——————— Thank you to everyone who has supported the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund in the aftermath of the devastating fire at Grenfell Tower. Over £5 million has been raised from individuals and companies, with donations continuing to come through. …
The Grenfell Response Team led by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea supports people affected by the tragedy at Grenfell Tower by providing information about financial help, housing, health and other services available to residents. We recognise the important role the community has played in responding to this tragedy and we look forward to …
The British Red Cross has launched an appeal to raise money to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in west London. The London Fire Relief Fund will support those who have been left injured, bereaved, or homeless by this tragedy. Money will be given to people affected by the fire, including those who …