How YOU Can Help Manchester

I cant believe it. I can't even begin to imagine. My heart is breaking for every one affected, my thoughts are with you all. I'm not going to share any images, or go into too much detail - but I'm just going to say, times like this, we all have to help. We can all do something whether you're in Manchester or not. Whether you have a lot of money or a large social media following or not.
Give Blood
There were tweets all over the place on the night of the attack, with the amount of people seriously injured there is just not enough help to go around, there is not enough blood to help everyone. If you are able to, register & book an appointment now to give bloodIf you are in Manchester, don't even hesitate. Please. You can donate here;
Norfolk House Donor Centre7 Brown Street, Manchester, Lancs, M2 1DA
Manchester, Plymouth Grove Donor Centre: Nhsbt, Manchester Centre, Plymouth Grove, Manchester, M13 9LL

Help Locate Missing People
The power of the internet nowadays is amazing, so use it. Search the hashtag #MissingInManchester on twitter & facebook. Share, share! Help loved ones find each other again. I can't imagine how scared they all must be. (If you share on twitter, make sure you click 'latest')

Offer Safe Spaces & Warm Food
If you are in Manchester, offer to help & shelter some of the concertgoers. They might be lost, they might be hurt or alone. #RoomForManchester If you aren't in Manchester, you can still share posts from people offering to help. 

Donate Money
Any amount of money will help, anything at all. If you can't do anything else, do this. You could start by donating to this crowdfunding page to support the families of those killed and injured in the attack. This page is from The British Red Cross, or show your support to emergency workers.

Use the power of the internet, give your spare money, donate your blood.
It's not going to help ease the pain of all those affected, but it will make a difference.
#WeCanAllHelp #PrayForManchester

Anyone with any information is asked to called the Anti-Terrorist Hotline on 0800 789 321. If you think it could be an emergency, dial 999

If you were at the concert or in the nearby area and have any pictures or video from the scene-
Greater Manchester Police have asked anyone who took photos or video at the scene to share this with them. They can be uploaded to here or here.

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