How you can help Manchester victims

CNN  — 

Ariana Grande had just finished belting out her last song at her sold-out show May 22 when an explosion shook Manchester Arena in England.

A night of joy and song quickly turned into terror and pain. Now you can help those affected.

A GoFundMe account has been created by a local resident to support families of those killed and injured in the attack. (Note: Donations are taken as British pounds. Please use this conversion chart to determine how much your contribution will be in US dollars.)

Manchester City and Manchester City Football clubs have come together to pledge one million dollars to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund created by the British Red Cross.

A woman looks at the floral tributes and messages left for the victims of the concert blast, during a vigil at St Ann's Square in central Manchester, England.

The Manchester Evening News created this fund to help bombing victims.

The city of Manchester has set up a “Book of Condolence” for people to sign and honor the victims.

To help with the investigation, Manchester police ask witnesses to upload any photos or videos of the scene here.

Strangers are using the hashtag #RoomForManchester to open their homes to stranded or separated concertgoers.

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