The Manchester City Supporters Club have raised £16,500 to the We Love Manchester appeal in aid of the 22 people who lost their lives in the recent terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena.
The bombing took place shortly after Ariana Grande’s concert which was part of her Dangerous Woman tour. 22 people died in the bombing and a further 59 were hospitalised, some of which had suffered from life-changing injuries.
The singer has since returned to the Manchester and performed at her One Love Manchester concert along with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas and several other high profile artists.
The Manchester City Supporters Club contributed £16,500 to the We Love Manchester Emmergency fund, which raised which raised £2million in only 24 hours. The fund supports people who have been injured or bereaved by the attack.
Mike Adamson, Chief Executive of the British Red Cross said: “We have been moved by the compassionate response to this appeal for victims and their families. People from communities across the U.K. and right around the world are showing their solidarity by donating. The money raised will contribute to those affected by this terrible attack getting the help that they need today, tomorrow and into the future”.
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