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Letter to the Guardian: LET has a special role 16/0817

LET Director Rob Bell explains in a letter to the Guardian that the charity has a special role: to get money to the bereaved next of kin who lost loved ones and to those who were hospitalised as a result of the fire. Other organisations are helping those who were made homeless and penniless by the Grenfell tragedy, he writes.

BBC Radio London Drive-time: presenter Eddie Nestor quizzes LET chair of trustees, Gerald Oppenheim 11/08/17

Chair of Trustees at the London Emergencies Trust, follows the Red Cross' David Holdsworth on BBC Radio London Drive-time discussing the charitable response to the Grenfell Tower fire. Just over eight minutes into the broadcast presenter Eddie Nestor asks Gerald how the charity is helping bereaved and injured people directly affected by the tragedy.

BBC Radio London: Gerald Oppenheim on the Vanessa Feltz programme 04/07/17

Gerald Oppenheim, chair of trustees at the London Emergencies Trust explains to BBC London radio presenter Vanessa Feltz how the charity is helping the bereaved and injured caught up in the tragic Grenfell Tower fire.

The K&C Foundation

The Director of the K&C Foundation, an independent charity based in North Kensington for nearly ten years, has said today that the families affected by last month’s tragic fire at Grenfell Tower needed long-term compassionate support, rooted in the local community.

As the K&C Foundation’s Grenfell Tower Fund reaches £4.5 million, Director Susan Dolton said that there should be no immediate deadlines for accessing funds.


Grenfell Tower

Donations made available to help those who have suffered loss in the tragic Grenfell Tower fire.

Three of the major funds for the people affected by the Grenfell fire, the British Red Cross, K&C Foundation and the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund, in collaboration with The London Community Foundation, are coming together with the London Emergencies Trust to make money available immediately to those who have suffered loss in the tragic Grenfell Tower fire.

The charities are working together to coordinate financial help for those affected, with the support and advice of the Charity Commission. Active discussions over the last few days are ensuing a unified approach to this national tragedy. All those involved have committed to meeting the immediate needs of those bereaved, seriously injured, and who have lost their homes; and are making sure it is as simple as possible for people to access those funds.