Grenfell Tower fire: How Twitter users united against the tragedy
Demonstrations of help and support flooded the social network in the aftermath of the blaze
The fire at Grenfell Tower has led to an outpouring of help and support, much of it documented - or organised - on Twitter. From people offering to pay for hotel rooms for those affected, to rescue centres overwhelmed with donations, here's a glimpse of the human kindness on display and what you can do to help.
The main rescue centres bore testimony to people's support:
And many were overwhelmed by the amount of help received:
Funds have been set up to support victims:
Members of the royal family reportedly donated:
Mosques opened their doors for collections - the Daily Telegraph reports that Muslims celebrating Ramadan may have helped save lives:
A-level student Rory Walsh "worked through the night" at Maxilla Social Club helping families find shelter - and then went to sit his English exam, the BBC says. He arrived late to the exam but the examiners allowed him extra time, which he refused to take. "I just came straight back to help out", he said.
Elsewhere, practical recommendations on how to help were shared, by official and unofficial authorities. Some offered to pay for hotel rooms for victims:
Corporations stepped in, too:
Jamie Oliver and Adele were among the celebrities showing their support:
And heartfelt tributes were paid to the heroism of the firefighters: