Local businesses, charities and organisations have been quick to respond to the flood of donations flooding into Brooklyn.
It is a relief that the fire and emergency services have been able to put out the fire, but the response to the crisis is far from over.
In fact, this week is the busiest for donations in over two years.
As a result, some people are trying to make ends meet by selling food or clothing at a discount on the market.
The local branch of the Salvation Army has put on a big sales and relief event for its members, which will run from Tuesday until the end of the month.
A number of charities are also providing food parcels to those in need.
Some of the most popular options are the Red Cross, the Salvation Force and the Salvation Pantry, which has also teamed up with the Salvation Tree Foundation.
Many local charities are offering assistance for children in need, as well as families with elderly or disabled relatives, people with mental health issues and people who are vulnerable to homelessness.
“People are just overwhelmed,” said Red Cross executive director Paul Roper.
We have a lot of people in the community who are in need and need help.
People are just exhausted.
They are just trying to help the people who need it the most.
“It is hard enough for them to get food on the table.”
Local food banks have also been set up, with a number of volunteers assisting people in need at a number in Brooklin.
There have also also been more than 500 volunteers and organisations on the streets of Brooklin this week, helping to feed people and provide supplies.
Food banks are a key component of Brooklyn’s recovery.
Bethany Williams from the Salvation Armistice Centre said the response was “truly phenomenal” with people willing to give food.
She said people were also coming forward to help out the homeless.
People are also donating water, food and toiletries, with the Red Cares and the Brooklin Red Cross helping to provide the water.
While the Salvation Arms has been operating as usual, a number services have added their services, including the Brooklins fire brigade, the Brooklyn Red Cross and the North Brookline Red Cross.
More on the Brookline Fire: The Red Cross is also offering to help people who may be homeless in their home towns and neighbouring counties.
Residents in Southwark and the surrounding areas have been asked to contact the Southwark Fire Service on 0845 859 732 or the Northbrook Fire Service or the Westbrook Fire Station on 0842 951 578.
They can also call the South Yorkshire Police Service on 0161 462 933.
Volunteers from the North London Community Council are also helping to help in Brooklynd.
You can also donate money directly to the Red Crescent by making a donation to the Northborough Red Cross on 01924 622 824.
Help for the Homeless, Brooklyn Local Food Bank and the Red Crochet and the Green Crochet are also working together to offer food parcels and other assistance to the homeless and vulnerable.