Celebrities across the world were quick to share their horror after the Manchester terrorist attack on Monday – and since then, details have emerged of several charitable efforts from stars.
Today, JustGiving verified that Tom Hardy had launched a fundraising page, which has already raised over £17,750 for the British Red Cross – bringing the total amount of money to over £2 million for the victims and their families.
The actor wrote on the JustGiving page: "I am hoping to raise money for The British Red Cross Society because the families and children will need support."
He added: "What happened at the AG [Ariana Grande] concert in Manchester was a tragedy; families and children attacked and murdered; in a place where they should be safe and enjoying a concert - it is an inconceivable atrocity.
He's not the only star to pledge money. Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has donated £100,000 through his foundation, saying: "My heart goes out all those affected" and urged others to donate what they can to help.
"There are moments in life that instantly affect you and stop you in your tracks," he said. "Monday night was one of those occasions. Like so many others, I have enjoyed great nights at the arena, often with my family.
"As a father, I am horrified that a night out for so many young people could end so tragically."
Former team-mate Phil Neville sent food for patients and staff at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. While commentating the Europa League final last night, he said on BBC Radio 5: "I actually don't want to be at this game tonight, I really don't. I would prefer to be in Manchester and try to help and support in Manchester."
Comedian Russell Brand donated the proceeds of his stand-up gig in Southport to the victims, announcing his decision to the crowd.
You can check out Tom Hardy's JustGving page here.