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Families Of Victims Killed in Ariana Grande Manchester Attack Will Receive $324,000 Each

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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.

Pop Culture Reporter, Jezebel

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Obviously, money can’t buy your loved one back but that amount is quite generous. That’s enough to move, should they desire to get out of Manchester and start somewhere else without all those memories attached.