Funding for Individuals Affected by the Grenfell Fire

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Funding for individuals affected by the Grenfell Fire

London Emergencies Trust (Funded from money donated by the public to the British Red Cross, the Kensington and Chelsea Foundation and the London Community Foundation)

  • Funding is for: Those living in Grenfell Tower who were injured and the families of those who died or are missing
  • Funding administered by: London Emergencies Trust, with support from local charitable foundations
  • Funding available:
  • An initial payment of £20,000 for the next of kin of someone who died in the Grenfell Tower Fire
  • £10,000 for those injured and hospitalised for 7 days
  • £3,500 for those injured and hospitalised for 6 hours or more
  • How to apply: Those affected should apply by speaking to their Family Liaison Officer who has an application form.  Or you can call the Red Cross helpline on 0800 458 9472 (free from landlines and mobiles).

Read more about the London Emergencies Trust here

Read more about London Funders' relationship with the London Emergencies Trust here