Londoners who wish to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster can donate clothes, food, blankets and toiletries to one of three drop off centres in west London.
A call out has been put out to anyone in the area who is able to help after a fire ravished the Grenfell Tower in the early hours of the morning.
Met Police have reported “a number of fatalities” following the fire in North Kensington, and several hundred people have been left homeless.
The inferno engulfed the building on Latimer Road, W11 1TG.
People have been left with no clothes, food and homes.
A Go Fund Me page has been set up to support victims, and drop off points are listed below:
HELP/ DROP OFF POINTS:
RUGBY PORTBELLO TRUST
221 Walmer Road,
ST CLEMENT’S CHURCH
95 Sirdar Road,
TABERNACLE CHRISTIAN CENTRE
210 Latimer Road,
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