Adele, a London native, has been recently visible as she helped the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire which killed many people in London. During the first night of her four shows in London, the singer has announced that she will continue to raise funds for the victims through her concert. She also has dedicated her song entitled, "Hometown Glory" to the victims of the fire.

A lot of families remained to be homeless after two weeks as the fire incident took their homes. Hence, Adele appealed to all her fans and concert goers for a joint effort in helping all the victims out.

She took to Twitter and shared her video message and said, "They have no possessions, no access to or communication with anybody official in the government council."

5 pounds of donation

As she continues to extend her effort in raising funds for the Grenfell Tower victims, Adele asks all her fans to at least donate 5 pounds in order to unite the relief effort for these people. According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, she also asked her fans if they can visit the site of the victims after her four shows in Wembley.

Further, the singer also promised that all money which will be raised would be directly given to the victims. She also asked the concertgoers to donate and not waste money instead.

She also added that the people in the site are living chaotic lives and still need much of their help. Hence, she asked everyone to be compassionate this time.

'I'm not leaving them. I'm involved now.'

Adele also shared to her crowd that she vowed not to leave these victims behind. In fact, she already considered herself involved of the situation.

Hence, she tries everything that she can in order to help these people who were left homeless after the fire.

To recall, the singer recently visited the firefighters at the Chelsea Fire Station in London. She was seen enjoying a cup of tea together with the firefighters. The "Hello" singer also thanked them for their rendered services during the incident.

Her visit to the fire station came shortly after she also visited the victims of Grenfell Tower fire on June 14, together with husband, Simon Konecki. To recall, she was seen showing comfort to the victims as she hugged each one of them.

As of this time, Adele tries to make use of her shows in order to raise enough funds. Further, all proceeds will benefit all victims of Grenfell Tower incident. She further hopes that her fans will also join hands for this greater cause.