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We Love Manchester Emergency Fund

Getting help for the fund:

The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund is a charity fund set up after the Manchester attack on the 22 May 2107.

The objectives of the fund are:

  • to relieve financial need among the victims and survivors of the disaster including families and the  dependants of people killed or injured.
  • to relieve sickness or disability whether physical or mental of victims of the disaster and their dependants.

The money will be released in phases because although there is a need to act quickly and support people immediately, we also need to make sure that the money is distributed fairly.

You can find further information on the fund by visiting: http://www.manchesteremergencyfund.com/

To ask for support from the fund email: emergency.fund@manchester.gov.uk.

Donate or fundraise:

Thanks to the phenomenal support of the public, £18m has already been raised.

If you would like to donate to the Fund - thank you. Your money will make a real difference for those affected by the attack.

You can donate:

  • through our JustGiving page
  • start your own fundraising project on JustGiving, and choose the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund as your charity
  • donate directly to our account:
    • Bank: Barclays Banks
    • Sort Code: 20 55 41
    • Account Number: 53768058
    • Account Name: We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

Manchester City Council launched the appeal in partnership with the British Red Cross and the Manchester Evening News. The fund will support people families and individuals who have suffered as a direct consequence of the attack.

The fund was established on 26 May 2017 to coordinate, administer and distribute donations received in response to the attack. On 30 May 2017, the Fund formally became a registered charity (Charity Number 1173260) with the Charity Commission.