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The AJ launches fundraiser for victims of Grenfell Tower tragedy

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JustGiving page aims to use power of the AJ100 Awards to help the victims of the huge fire at Grenfell Tower in west London 

All money donated to the AJ’s Just Giving page will go towards helping those affected by the events in west London earlier today (14 June). 

As of Thursday morning 220 donors had given generously towards the fund. We have been overwhelmed by the response from architects and our readers. Having exceeded our initial target of raising £5,000, we are now hoping to raise £10,000.

Thank you to everyone who has donated.

 

Comments from donors

Great idea. Basic solidarity gets everyone through Bruce Austen

This should never happen and we should do everything we can to avoid it happening again. Thanks for setting up this page Andrea Tse

Well done Will and the AJ for getting this donation going. What a tragedy, a very sad day John & Elaine McElgunn

I hope you raise more than £10,000! Denise Frain

We’ll promote your fundraising campaign via our Grad Show this Friday. Everyone at UCA Canterbury School of Architecture Allan Atlee

Utterly utterly shocking. Thinking of all those involved. I only live down the road. We are all anticipating the results of the investigation. Disbelief and sadness has quickly turned to anger Juliet Murphy

Will, a very worthy cause and one that the profession should support John McRae

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