Last month, a terrorist detonated a homemade bomb at the exit of Manchester Arena, just after Ariana Grande had finished a concert at the venue. In the days after, it emerged that 22 people has been killed and 119 injured, with many children among them.
The public raised millions for victims in the days after, including over $27,000 for a homeless man who tended to victims in the aftermath. But perhaps the most successful fundraising effort was by the musician herself. On the 4th of June, Grande returned to the city and hosted a benefit concert entitled "One Love Manchester," which raised more than £3 million ($4 million) for victims of the attack.