Celebrating what unites us, not what divides us

Celebrating what unites us, not what divides us
Images courtesy of LondonSE1

Just two weeks after the devastating attack in Manchester, London faces its second terror attack in three months. Sometimes, we just want to help and don’t know how.

Charities play a vital role bringing communities together, celebrating what unites us, not what divides us and comforting those suffering in crisis. Here are just some of the ways you can get involved with organisations on the front lines, supporting citizens and communities:

Other support

The Home Office have published information about support that is available for people affected by the attacksClick here for guidance on support services available for victims, witnesses, family members and those affected by the attacks.

Victim Support is currently operating its 24/7 Supportline, offering emotional and practical support for anyone affected by the attack. The number is 0808 168 9111 and is free to call.

The NSPCC have produced resources to help in talking to children about terrorism which can be accessed here

South London and Maudsley hospitahave also released an information sheet designed to offer brief tips about self-care and self-help to anyone affected by Saturday's attack. You can download it here.