London Fire Emergency
At least 79 people are feared dead in the aftermath of the blaze that tore through the 24-storey Grenfell Tower, West London on the 14th of June 2017.
200 firefighters, along with 40 fire engines, battled the fire for hours as it rapidly began to claim lives and leave people stranded in their homes.
Many people have been left severely injured and homeless, with a number of residents having to come to terms with the death of family and friends.
Penny Appeal has triggered an emergency response to alleviate the trauma of hundreds of people whose lives have been impacted.
We are appealing for funds to support the victims of this devastating tragedy.
Penny Appeal is working alongside multi-faith organisations across the UK to support families and provide aid. These include Faiths Forum for London and The Baroness Warsi Foundation. The Sikh community across Yorkshire is also working with us to support the cause.
Our Team are currently on the ground helping the victims affected by the tradegy.
**Members of the public who are concerned about friends and relatives should contact the Police Casualty Bureau on 0800 096 1233 or 020 7158 0197.**