On 22nd of May, the world bled as a suicide bombing was carried out at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, after a concert by American singer, Ariana Grande. Twenty-three adults and children, including the bomber, were killed and 116 were critically injured. The whole of the world came together as one against this heinous act of terror.
Condolences were expressed by the leaders and governments of dozens of countries and popular media figures. Support came pouring in from Ariana Grande and her fellow performing artists.
“Broken. from the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don’t have words.” – Ariana Grande
She took it to Twitter to post a emotional sensitive letter. She later announced that she would host a benefit concert in Manchester for the victims of the attack.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 26, 2017
To help the victims of the Manchester bombings, various operations are functionally operating within Manchester. One such effort is being done by the British Red Cross. The British Red Cross aims at raising money for the victims that suffered on the 22nd, the goal to be achieved by the British Red Cross is £2,000,000 and due to the programs wide reach the goal is soon to be achieved as the current amount is well over £1,700,000.
“We have been assured by the British Red Cross that every penny raised by our fund will go to the families of those affected by Monday’s terrible attack. It will form part of the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, launched by Manchester City Council and British Red Cross. Together we can make the greatest impact to help people affected by this devastating attack. Manchester City Council and British Red Cross both have experience in administering funds in emergencies and we want to make sure people get the help they need as soon as possible.” – Manchester Evening News
Marshall Mathers aka Eminem urged his 20 million followers on Twitter to help raise funds for the victims via British Red Cross and Manchester News Desk.
“Join me in helping Manchester Bombings victims & their families, Make a donation to the @BritishRedCross and @MENnewsdesk,” – Eminem
— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) May 25, 2017
More than 85 percent of the goal has been raised. Donate to a noble cause because the rap god himself asked for it and help those who need it by clicking here.