Image: © Martin Rickett/PA Wire/PA Images People are using what they have to help people affected by the Manchester attack in some pretty amazing ways Sometimes people just want to help When something terrible happens – a terror attack, a natural disaster, an accident – wanting to help is a pretty natural human response. The reaction of people in Manchester this week shows you don’t have to have much to use your own economic power (your job, your home, your online skills, your actual blood) to help. Here’s just a few of the ways people around the world have been helping in the hours and days following the attack, in any way they can. Cab drivers working for free Men like AJ. Working his taxi free of charge through the night in Manchester. A beautiful soul. pic.twitter.com/0QG9Z2bxY9— Jason Michael (@Jeggit) May 23, 2017 Crowdfunding for people affected The Manchester Evening News, a local paper, set up this page to raise money for the families of people injured in the attack. This page was set up for Chris Parker, a homeless man who ran in to the arena to help the injured after the bomb. #RoomForManchester @MENnewsdesk I have a sofa, floor, blankets and tea, 5 minutes from Arena for anyone in need #RoomForManchester— Rebecca Topham (@rebeccatophamx) May 23, 2017 The RoomForManchester hashtag was flooded with people offering rooms, phone chargers and help to those stranded in the city. The newsroom pizza chain The newsroom pizza chain continues. https://t.co/4K4cgIbY3u @BostonGlobe sent pizzas to @MENnewsdesk. pic.twitter.com/8ZOy7stA6E— Kristen Hare (@kristenhare) May 24, 2017 Reporters from the Boston Globe (Boston was hit by a terrorist attack in 2013) sent pizzas to reporters covering the story from the Manchester Evening News newsroom. Giving blood Lining up to donate blood after last nights attack. #Manchester will pull together! They won't win! #manchesterareana #prayformachester pic.twitter.com/HCkggAMZH7— Sabrina Bailey (@SabBailey1) May 23, 2017 Manchester blood banks said they were "full to the rafters" after people rushed to donate Free hugs! MEANWHILE, IN MANCHESTER #MANCHESTERVIGIL pic.twitter.com/O3bYc1Imc4— Valentine (@JayVlntyn1983) May 23, 2017 And if all else fails, you can always just give someone a hug. There have been so many examples of kindness all over the UK and the world the past few days. But if you want to help, you can read this guide for ideas.