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UK Solidarity Fund: helping victims of terror

The UK Solidarity Fund has been set up by the British Red Cross to help people affected by terror attacks in the UK, following the recent attacks in London and Manchester.

Eight people were killed and dozens injured after attacks in London Bridge and nearby Borough Market on 3 June.

Less than two weeks earlier, 22 people were killed and 119 injured at the Manchester Arena on 22 May.

  • Please donate to show those affected they are not alone.
  • If you have been directly affected by the London attack and need help from the fund, please contact 0800 458 9472.

  • A Community Assistance Centre has opened at Montague Chambers, Southwark Cathedral, Montague Close, London, SE1 9DA. It is open from 8am to 10pm. The British Red Cross, Victim Support, Cruse Bereavement Care, Southwark Council social care and NHS staff will be available to provide information, support and advice.

The UK Solidarity Fund will help victims of terror attacks anywhere in the UK, in the first instance, in London.

Donations will ensure that victims and their families do not face short-term financial difficulties. 

Saturday night fundraising to help victims of attacks

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07 Jun 2017

'A Saturday Night for London' aims to raise money for those affected by last week's attack.

Find out how you can get involved  >

How to talk to children about a terrorist attack

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Dr Sarah Davidson offers her advice on how best to talk to children about a terror attack.

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London and Manchester: how your donations will help

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We've launched two funds to help those affected by recent terror attacks. Here we answer your questions about them.

Find out more about the funds >

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