The families of people killed in the Manchester bombing of an Ariana Grande show in May will now receive $324,000 from the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
The bombing killed 22 people and severely injured dozens more; it was characterized as a terrorist attack after ISIS took responsibility despite a lack of evidence. Grande briefly suspended her tour and later held a benefit show to support the victims and their families featuring performances from artists like Miley Cyrus and Coldplay.
The fund set up after the attack has since raised $23 million with donations from public and the benefit concert. According to We Love Manchester, families were already set to receive around $90,065, along with free counseling.