On May 22 just after 22:30 local time, an explosive device was detonated at the Manchester Arena. At the time the venue was emptying following an Ariana Grande concert, and it is believed that a suicide bomber was responsible for the blast in the foyer, killing at least 22 people and injuring many more.
People are responding to this horrific tragedy by raising money to help those affected.
The police are also calling on people to donate blood in the wake of the attack, with the donation centre in South Manchester at Plymouth Grove, Manchester M13 9LL
If you are searching for a friend or relative, two numbers have been set up for the emergency, they are 0161 856 9400 or 0161 856 9900.
The British Red Cross Society has launched the Manchester Emergency Fund Campaign to help the victims of the attack.
The Manchester Evening News has set up a page to raise money for those affected.
Make a crowdfunding page in minutes. Set a target, add a photo and tell your story.
Read our guide to making the perfect Crowdfunding Page
When you're ready to start raising money, launch your page and share it with friends on Facebook, Twitter, Email, SMS or even WhatsApp - we help you get the word out.
You have between 30 and 120 days to get out there and raise money. Then we'll send you the funds you raised*, even if you don't hit your original target.
*minus our small 5% fee on donations and very low card charges of 1.3% or 16p per donation.