QPR Chairman Tony Fernandes has said he has asked those at the club to open it's doors following the Grenfell Tower fire.
The blaze developed overnight in the tower block based in North Kensington, just minutes away from QPR's home ground, Loftus Road.
Around 50 people have been taken to five local hospitals.
At one point the whole building was engulfed in flames, and around 250 firefighters have been trying to extinguish the fire.
The police are unable to confirm the cause of the fire, but reports say the building is at risk of collapse.
Speaking on Twitter, QPR Chairman Tony Fernandes said: "Tragic what i'm seeing in North Kensington. @QPRFC will do whatever it can to help. My thoughts to all. Really sad."
This was then followed up by another message saying: "I have asked @QPRDFC Lee Hoos to see if Loftus Road could be used as a relief centre. Our community team will be mobilised. We will do whatever."
For more information, contact the designated North Kensington Casualty Bureau line, set up by the Metropolitan Police on 0800 0961 233.
We've set up a JustGiving page in aid of those affected. To donate visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/grenfell-tower-support.
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