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Adele hosted a film screening for children who survived the Grenfell Tower fire

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Adele has arguably one of the greatest voices in the world, but she’s proving she also has just as great of a heart.

On Thursday night, the singer reportedly hosted a screening of Despicable Me 3 for the children who survived the horrible June fire that destroyed much of 24-story Grenfell Tower in north London. The blaze resulted in 80 fatalities.

“The amazing Adele taking our grandkids to the cinema,” Twitter user Greg Weir wrote, sharing an image of Adele with children. “So much love & effort for the Grenfell kidsthank you.”

While the event was a private one, images of Adele with other children appeared on social media as well.

According to E! News, the event was coordinated through The ClementJames Centre, a charity that has been supporting survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire. This isn’t the first time Adele has reached out to the Grenfell community. The singer was at the site during a memorial vigil, and also paid a visit to London firefighters who were at the scene of the tragedy.

Folks were particularly moved by the singer’s willingness to continue to show up for survivors of the tragedy.

Knowing Adele, this likely won’t be the last time she shows up for the Grenfell community, either.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2017/08/06/adele-grenfell-tower-survivors-film-screening/

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