She played in the West London tower block as a child.
The singer, who owns a house in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea where the fire took place, wasn't the only star to offer up their support.
The death toll is expected to continue to rise as emergency services work their way through the debris, while 18 people fight for their lives in critical care.
In the aftermath of the London Grenfell Tower fire, throngs of well-wishers and victims alike have been holding vigil near the fire site.
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Fire fighting aircraft were being sent from France and Spain , the EU's humanitarian aid commissioner Christos Stylianides said. He said: "This is a region that has had fires because of its forests, but we can not remember a tragedy of these proportions".
Ora shared a video to Snapchat showing her sorting through black bin bags of donated essentials, which had been left on a West London street.
The day before she had posted on Instagram: 'This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening.
The singer showed up at one of the help points for the tragedy yesterday evening, to assist the residents and volunteers.
The witness declined to speak to media outlets, requests explaining, "There's nothing to talk about, she's a lovely soul that just wanted to see if everyone was alright". My heart is beating so fast. I'm literally on the other side of the world and I want them to see our lights and to hear us. A Tottenham native and passionate Londoner, the 29-year-old was only photographed with her husband by a handful of Twitter users, apparently not wanting to draw attention to herself.
In one of the tweets in Twitter, it stated, "Adele is an angel, she deserves heaven, biggest heart ever, so proud of her".