Muslim-led campaign raises money for London terror attack victims
By 4pm GMT, the campaign had raised more than 12,500 British pounds ($15,700).
Named Muslims United for London, the campaign was launched by a group of British Muslims, including Muddassar Ahmed, who was witness to the deadly incident on Wednesday.
"We ask British Muslims, mosques, Imams, leaders, and groups to endorse and promote this initiative," the page said.
While Islamic State [IS] group claimed responsibility for the attack, the attacker was a named as Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old man from Kent with previous criminal convictions.
On Wednesday, the Muslim Council of Britain released a statement to condemn the attack.
"We condemn this attack and while it is still too early to speculate on the motives, our thoughts and prayers are for the victims and those affected," it said.