As London woke to reports of a massive blaze that ripped through Grenfell tower in the west of the city, offers of free shelter and assistance were quickly made online.A number of fatalities have been reported though the cause of the fire in the Latimer Road tower block remains unknown. As the tragedy unfolded, many offered “clothes, lifts” as well as their own homes to those in need of shelter. English singer Lily Allen also volunteered a “bed or a lift, or tea” to anyone in need, while chef Jamie Oliver said those affected were welcome “to come hang out in my restaurant and be fed and watered by my Jamie’s Italian team”.Some set up crowdfunding pages raising thousands of pounds to help the victims. … Next »
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