Donations from two fundraising pages set up following the death of Feltham teenager Owain Campbell have reached a combined total of £5,538.
The 16-year-old died after falling from the 10th floor of Hunter House on Thursday May 4, leaving a community "devastated" and "shocked".
One of the fundraising sites, a GoFundMe page, was set up by Feltham resident Amanda Abrey.
Talking to getwestlondon , she expressed her thanks to the community for their generosity.
She said: "I would just like to say to everybody, as a community, thank you so, so much for all the donations and Owain will definitely get the send off he deserves."
The 43-year-old, from Feltham , spoke of her motivations behind setting up the page.
"To lose your son, to be burying your own child, I thought, I couldn't imagine losing my own children" she said.
"So I set the page up just basically to help them fund the funeral so they haven't got that worry on their heads."
The page, which had an initial goal of £2,000, has raised £3,303 over the last 10 days, with more than 200 people donating.
Those donating have filled the online page with messages of support for the family.
"The whole community, it's surprising how they've all come together, all donated," said Miss Abrey.
"It's affected the area big time, everybody's still in great shock round here.
"Everybody around here is so shocked.
"Everybody was devastated about it because he was such a lovely boy, he'd do anything for anybody and he was such a quiet boy."
"Everybody's still in great shock round here"
A second fundraising page, which has so far raised £2,235 was set up by local charity, the Feltham Community Development Association (FCDA), which is based in the Highfields Estate.
The page was also set up to support Owain Campbell's family with funeral costs.
Police were called to Hawthorn Road at 3.35pm on May 4, following reports a make had fallen from Hunter House in Feltham.
The 16-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene and a vigil was held in his memory on the evening of May 6.
He was named locally as Owain Campbell, a year 11 student at Springwest Academy.
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