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London Hope Gala 2018


We are excited to announce that we are holding a fundraising Gala at the Natural History Museum on Wednesday 14th, November 2018 to celebrate our winners’ achievements over the past 25 years, and to generate vital support for our conservation programmes as we look to the future.

We are honoured to have our Trustee, Sir David Attenborough, in attendance, along with our Anniversary Partner, The Corcoran Foundation. The evening will be a celebration of wildlife and conservation successes, compered by Kate Humble, and attended by Whitley Award winners, for which Fashion for Conservation is creating a spectacular show. We hope, with your invaluable support, to reach our target of raising £1m in additional conservation funding in 2018.


Tables will be sold at £10,000 for 10 tickets, and individual tickets will be sold at £1,000.

If you are interested in purchasing a table or a ticket, please contact Gala Organiser Hannah Ramuz on 07770 873290 or email: Payment will be accepted via cheque or bank transfer.

Dress code: Wild and Wonderful

We’re grateful to our Hosting Committee for their generous support with this event:

Catherine Faulks (Chair), Victoria and James Corcoran, Justin Winters (Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation), Lida Cepuch, Katie Christie, George and Natasha Duffield, Alastair Fothergill, Sarah Greaves, Sarah Havens, Ava Holmes, Kate Humble, Elle L, Ian Lazarus, Annie Newell, Jonathan and Nathalie Points, Rushil Ramjee, Lord Robin Russell, John Studzinski, Francis Sullivan, Julietta Dexter and Mungo Tennent, Matthew Travis, Sarah and Paddy Wills, Diana Van de Kamp, Philippe van den Abeele, Justin Wateridge, Lucinda and Matthew Webber, Edward Whitley, and Sarah Woodhead.