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Uber will make a donation equal to all Uber fares taken to and from the One Love Manchester concert to the British Red Cross Society for its We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
Ariana Grande has called on the biggest international names in music to join her for this unforgettable evening, including Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Take That, Niall Horan among others. And asked Audience to share the event videos as Instagram Captions & status.
A: Immediately following the attack, the Manchester Evening News and British Red Cross set up the “We Love Manchester Emergency Fund” to benefit victims and families affected. Team Ariana, fans, and corporate partners have all generously donated to this fund.
Ticket sales for the “One Love Manchester” concert, on Sunday June 4, will go towards the Fund. Collection buckets in Emirates Old Trafford Stadium, text-to-give appeals, and on-screen appeals for BBC viewers will all direct donations to the “We Love Manchester Emergency Fund”.
This fund is being managed by the British Red Cross and Manchester civic leaders. As the British Red Cross has waived its administrative fee, 100% of these funds will go to families. The first round of grants to support urgent needs was disbursed last week.
People from across the world can donate to this fund by following this link: redcross.org.uk/love
A: Facebook Live will be streaming the concert live from Manchester on Ariana Grande’s Facebook page (from 7pm – 10pm British Summer Time, 2pm – 5pm, Eastern Daylight Time 11am – 2pm Pacific Daylight Time). YouTube Live will also be streaming the concert from Ariana Grande’s YouTube profile at the same time.
Fans watching Facebook Live in the United States will be able to donate using Facebook’s “Donate” button. YouTube viewers will be able to click through to donate to the British Red Cross. Currently, Facebook’s charitable giving tools are only available to U.S. 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. Therefore, the producers of the One Love Manchester benefit have joined forces with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) to form the One Love Manchester Fund. Donations to this account are tax-deductible (as provided by law) in the United States only.
U.S. donations will be directed to the One Love Manchester Fund and any additional funds raised will also benefit charities that support victims of terror worldwide.
Due to the generosity of citizens of the United Kingdom, and around the world, we have raised millions of pounds to support victims and families in Manchester. Sadly, there have been other tragic attacks this week, in Afghanistan, Syria, Indonesia, The Philippines, Egypt, and elsewhere. We stand in solidarity with all families and children impacted by terror around the world.
For more information on Facebook’s donation policies, click here.
Our other streaming partners (click “Streaming” on side menu to see partners) will direct their audiences to onelovemanchester.com or to redcross.org.uk/love. Donors using either of these links will contribute to the “We Love Manchester Emergency Fund”.