Grenfell Fund?

WHERE HAS THE £19m DONATED TO GRENFELL VICTIMS ACTUALLY GONE? The British people donated enough money to give each Grenfell household around £150,000 – BUT THE MONEY HAS DISAPPEARED. The ‘official’ story is that it has been given to “THE LONDON EMERGENCIES TRUST” which is not a ‘trust’ nor a ‘charity’ but is in fact a PRIVATE COMPANY who calls itself ‘LONDON FUNDERS’ which is listed at HM Government Companies House as having “44 Officers” – however, only 11 people are in active roles – the rest have RESIGNED. The official Companies House listing says there are NO PEOPLE or OFFICERS WHO HAVE SIGNIFICANT CONTROL over the so called “LONDON FUNDERS” private company who started a new ‘front’ organisation in March 2017 called the ‘London Emergencies Trust’. No senior patron – such as a Lord, or a Judge, nor a member of the royal family – not even an accountant is in charge – no one is listed as being ‘in charge’, even though Grenfell residents are being told that the £19m donated to them by members of the public has now mysteriously been given to this private company. Only a tiny fraction of the £19m has been given FOUR MONTHS AFTER THE TRAGEDY. By the way, that £19m generates at least £190,000 per year @ 1% interest, in other words, more than £15,000 per MONTH is generated in interest from these donations – WHERE HAS THE INTEREST GONE? No Grenfell survivor has been asked permission, nor told anything about why this money – which could help all the residents re-boot their lives – is being banked, or who is indeed in charge of it.


Christopher Everard

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One Response to Grenfell Fund?

    1. tower of babel

      who’d want to live

      in a tower block?

      not the cabinet ministers

      who reside in Dreamland

      not the architects

      who have houses in Hampstead

      not the local councillors

      who never went to see

      not the manufacturers

      whose fireproof cladding caught fire

      not the fire-resistance testers

      who did the best they could

      not the building inspectors

      who went by the rules

      not the disarmed firefighters

      who fought the high-rise flames

      not the many-tongued citizens

      who lie speechless in their graves

      Comment by jeff cloves on 16 December, 2017 at 3:44 pm

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