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GRENFELL TOWER - DONATIONS AND INFORMATION

The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation is collecting donations for people in need of help following the fire at Grenfell Tower in Kensington.

Kensington & Chelsea Council's emergency services are involved in the response and rescue of people.

Please donate generously and share the link on your social media feeds

JustGiving Page: DONATE

More updates and ways to contribute will be posted here shortly

Concerned about a loved one?

Concerned about a loved one?

If you are concerned about a loved one, please call the Casualty Bureau on:

  • 0800 0961 233
  • 0207 158 0197

Financial Donations

Financial Donations

Click on the links below to donate to your choice of organisation to help those effected by the Grenfell Tower disaster:

Goods Donations

Goods Donations

Edward Woods Community Centre
60-70 Norland Road,
London,
W11 4TX

02076032324

Shelter and Provision

Shelter and Provision

The main way you can help is by directing anyone in need of assistance to Portobello Rugby Trust (RPT), 221 Walmer Road, W11 4EY. This is now the main rest centre for those who need immediate assistance. Those directly affected and in need of assistance should be signposted there.

If you, or someone you know, has been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, you can also find shelter and provisions at the following locations:

  • The Clement James Centre
    95 Sidar Road, W11 4EQ
  • St. Clements Church
    Treadgold Street, W11 4BP
  • The Westway Sports and Fitness Centre
    3-5 Thorpe Close, W10 5XL
  • The Rugby Portobello Trust
    221 Walmer Road, W11 4EY
  • The Venture Centre
    103A Wornington Road, W10 5YB
  • The Latimer Christian Centre
    Bramley Road, W10 6SU
  • St. James Church
    St. James’s Gardens, W11 4RB
  • Notting Hill Community Church
    Kensington Park Road, W11 2ES
  • Griffin Gallery
    21 Evesham Street, W11 4AJ

Advice on Use of Hospitals for Emergencies

Advice on Use of Hospitals for Emergencies

Major incidents have been declared at St Mary’s and Charing Cross hospitals following the Grenfell Tower fire.

The accident and emergency departments at both hospitals are dealing with casualties from the fire, please only attend if it is an emergency.

Please use your local walk-in centre or GP if possible for all non-emergency issues.

Patients with planned operations or out patient appointments today should contact the admissions office on their appointment letters.