Grenfell Tower: How you can help

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:


221 Walmer Road,
W11 4EY

95 Sirdar Road,
W11 4EQ

Jubilee House,
210 Latimer Road,
W10 6QY


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5 Responses

  1. Louise

    call me naive but I actually thought it was the law in terms of abiding by health and safety and if fire prevention services deemed a building to be unsafe then they had to carry out safety measures .

  2. JULIE

    If anyone lives near Queens Park, Kilburn Lane etc and cannot reach any of the drop -off centres and want to donates any clothes, toiletries, toys etc. You are welcome to email me or call on 07800 532791 and drop it off . I can put it in my garage then take it to the mosques, churches etc for you. God bless those who can help and we are all praying for those who have been effected by is horrendous tragedy.
    Julie (also own as: Khadija)

  3. Paula

    if anybody is collecting in the Stoke on Trent area please let me know so i can donate clothes and bedding. Many thanks.
    Heart and prayers to everybody involved with this terrible disaster

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