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The National Emergencies Trust
The National Emergencies Trust (NET) is a charity set up to raise funds in the event of a domestic disaster or emergency, including major terrorist incidents. In the event of such an incident, NET collaborates with charities and other bodies to raise and distribute money and support those affected. The funds collected are distributed by local partners on the ground in the areas affected.
If you would like information or advice on a live NET Appeal, please visit the National Emergencies Trust website.
If you would like information or advice on the charitable funds raised in response to attacks in London, please visit the London Emergencies Trust website.
Information is available about support services if you have been affected by a terrorist attack.