The lighting will be in place through the nights of Friday 12 June, Saturday 13 June and Sunday 14 June.
Grenfell United has put in place a day of virtual remembrance on Sunday 14 June and there are three ways to take part: Remember. Reflect. Unite.
At 6pm, there will be an online remembrance event with Westminster Abbey church bells ringing 72 times in honour of the victims. Local church Christ the Saviour on New Broadway, will join Westminster Abbey and ring their bells. There will also be a two-minute silence streamed on YouTube.
Visit the Grenfell United Instagram to hear conversations with the community, their supporters and guests, which will be taking place all afternoon.
At 10.30pm you can show solidarity by going green for Grenfell. The Grenfell United group have created a film that will allow people to participate. At 10.30pm turn off your lights, open your curtains and visit the Go Green for Grenfell website to let green light illuminate your home.
Councillor Julian Bell, leader of Ealing Council said: “As we approach the third anniversary of the tragic fire where 72 people lost their lives, we wish to show our support to all those affected. Ealing Town Hall will be lit green for three nights – Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And I urge you to take part in the virtual day of remembrance and at 10.30pm open your curtains and turn your house green."