More than 13,000 people have donated on a fundraising page in memory of murdered MP Jo Cox.
The Go Fund Me page has raised more than £380,000 since Friday.
It was set up by friends of the late politician, in collaboration with her husband Brendan Cox, to raise funds for three charities close to Cox's heart - The Royal Voluntary Service, HOPE not hate and The White Helmets. The total raised will be split between them.
The White Helmets are unarmed and neutral volunteer search and rescue workers in Syria who have saved more than 51,000 lives from under the rubble of the conflict. HOPE not hate seeks to challenge and defeat the politics of hate and extremism in communities across Britain. And The Royal Voluntary Service supports volunteers helping to combat loneliness in Cox's constituency.
Protecting people in Syria, tackling loneliness& fighting extremism; some of the causes Jo fought 4. U can help here https://t.co/e9mulfdCv3
-- Brendan Cox (@MrBrendanCox) June 17, 2016
An online book of condolence has been set up on the Labour Party website, with people invited to "leave messages of condolence, support, and solidarity for Jo's family, friends and colleagues".