On the day of the Grenfell Tower fire on the 14th June, individuals brought together key Muslim agencies and volunteers to provide immediate support to the families and victims, regardless of race, religion, background or creed from, to ensure their needs were met in the aftermath of this tragic event. The Grenfell Muslim Response Unit wants to ensure that every individual is treated with dignity, compassion and given the help they need.
The team has worked directly with families and victims at this distressful time to bridge the gaps and services which the Council and authorities have not addressed adequately in a culturally and faith sensitive manner. The families continue to suffer from the trauma at this difficult time and we are committed to providing them with support through working together. The Grenfell Muslim Response Unit has worked since the first day to ensure that the victims and families are treated with the utmost respect and dignity. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences go to the families who have been affected by this deeply tragic event and we will continue to provide support to the families through our service providers.