Tristan Abrahams has shown compassion in his heart and sent along a donation to the Grenfell Tower Block fire victims.

The Leyton Orient youngster was left saddened by the event that saw 12 people die with many still unaccounted for.

Eighteen people remain in a critical condition following the blaze in North Kensington in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The London Fire Brigade were called to the scene at 00.54am with more than 200 firefighters attending. 

Abrahams, who scored in the O's 2-1 victory over Hartlepool United in their final League Two season for some time, took to social media to air his views.

"So sad to see what happened," stated the 18-year-old. "I've send some clothes and shoes down to them.

"If you have anything you could give I'm sure it will help a lot."

Three rescue centres and drop-off points have been set up with over 2000 people having lost their homes.

The Rugby Portobello Trust of Walmer Road, St Clement's Church of Sirdar Road and Tabernacle Christian Centre of Latimer Road are the main drop off points.

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) have also opened their doors as a holding area for any other donations.