Lessons learned from supporting 7/7 victims

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Lessons learned from supporting 7/7 victims

The London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund was a charity set up in the wake of the 7/7 bombings. Its aim was make sure all the publics donations reached the survivors and victim’s families quickly.

A decade on and a new report has been published detailing the lessons learnt from the charity and how to manage disaster relief efforts should similar disaster occur in the future.

Stewart Goshawk, Grants Officer at City Bridge Trust who helped set up the fund, explains more. 

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