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Artistsforgrenfell.com is a blog that provides you with information about the Grenfell Tower attack and the toll it had on the Grenfell and general London community. It is created by two financial brokers that produce forex Charts on a weekly basis. Our concern is on the well-being of the community and its members, especially after the heart-breaking fire tragedy.

We believe in giving to those who need help but we were surprised by the numerous donations that people from London and further offered the victims of the fire. There was plenty in food, clothes, and finances. Those that were not able to donate material possessions continuously sent messages of condolence and provided emotional help to the victims and survivors.

Our website became a channel for people from different parts of the country to send their donations. We welcomed donations from everyone including companies like, Asiancasinoclub.com/review/m88/, individuals, online casinos and brokers. Many people lost all their belongings in the fire and had no choice but to start rebuilding from the start. Monetary and other contributions have gone a long way to help them get started. Donations to our website were used by the London Community Foundation. The Foundation identified families and individuals that needed help and offered it to them. Fortunately, some of the victims and survivors have been able to get back to their normal lives thanks to the generous donations.

As with any other tragedy, different members of society reacted differently to the incident depending on age, gender, and other factors. The community remained with unanswered questions and feelings of self-blame, confusion, anguish, shock, and even anger. The sad incident brought people together as they joined hands to mourn the lost loved ones and comfort their families. When the focus on the issue began to subside, the reality of what had just happened begun to sink to survivors who had lost their homes and property. Post-traumatic stress is often associated with individuals but in this case, the entire community went through it. A big percentage of children and adults had to go through counseling to deal with the reality of the fire incident.

Artists for Grenfell came together in the song ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ to try and bring some healing to the community. The group of over 50 artists, led by Simon Cowell, made the song to raise funds for the victims and survivors of the fire and to pass a message of hope. Simon Cowell announced his intention to record the track shortly after the incident and it took three days to record it. He felt that donating some money was a good idea but it was not enough to express sympathy to the affected families. He, though releasing the record would be a much better idea to express sympathy.

The complete list of artists that appeared in the track are Angel, 5 After Midnight, Deno, Craig David, Anne-Marie, Donae’o, London Community Gospel Choir, Carl Barat, Brian May, Bastille, Jessie Ware, Dua Lipa, Jessie Ware, Jessie J, Ella Eyre, James Blunt, Ella Henderson, James Arthur, Liam Payne, Labrinth, Jon McClure, Kelly Jones, Ray BLK, Rita Ora, Louis Tomlinson, Louisa Johnson, Jorja Smith, EmeliSande, Fleur East, Gregory Porter, Matt Goss, Stormzy, The Who ( Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey), Tokio Myers, Tom Grennan, Tulisa, Tony Hadley, WSTRN, Nathan Sykes, Omar, Geri Hallowell, Matt Terry, Mr. Eazi, Gareth Malone &The Choir for Grenfell, Paloma Faith, John Newman, Pixie Lott, RAYE, Robbie Williams, Shakka, Shane Filan, and Leona Lewis.