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The Jungle

A charity gala at the Natural History Museum hosted by Greystar supporting KIDS, a UK charity who make a huge difference to the lives of disabled children

You're Invited

We are delighted to invite you to join Greystar at our charity gala, supporting KIDS, a UK charity who make a huge difference to the lives of disabled children, young people and their families by providing a wide range of support services.

Set in the iconic Natural History Museum, we welcome you to join us for a drinks reception in Dino Way and a three-course fine dining meal in magnificent Hintze Hall. The event offers our sponsors and supporter the opportunity to relax, socialise and network in prestigious surroundings.

The proceeds from this event will go towards a fantastic cause, helping disabled children, young people and their families, and I look forward to welcoming you all to what we hope will be an incredible event.

Mark Allnutt,
Executive Director, Europe, Greystar

Event Details


Natural History Museum

Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD

Dress Code: Black Tie


Event Agenda


Welcome drinks and canapés


Take seats for dinner


Welcome speeches

Harry Downes, Managing Director, Investments - Greystar

          Katie Ghose, Chief Executive - KIDS Charity 


Dinner served


Special performance from Katherine Ryan


Charity Raffle and Auction


DJ & Dancing



Charity Raffle and Auction

During the evening, we'll also be running a raffle and auction to further raise funds for KIDS. 

For more information on the prizes on the night, please click HERE.



Last year’s event, ‘A Night the Museum’, raised an incredible £130,000 for the charity. This year, we are once again dedicated to supporting our charity partner, KIDS. Any donation or support you are able to provide to help us reach our target this year will be gratefully received.


Help make a difference by donating HERE.

About Kids

For more than 50 years, KIDS has provided a wide range of services nationally for disabled children, young people and their families.

In the last year KIDS delivered almost 225,000 hours of support and over 40,000 hours of online support, working with almost 18,000 disabled children, young people and their families. 

KIDS have continued to support me in different areas of my life; encouraging me, motivating me and believing I can do more and be more. Now I live independently, help teach other young disabled people to ride horses and am more confident in having the future I want and deserve – Georgia Chambers, a young service user

Above all, KIDS empowers disabled children and young people to achieve equal rights and opportunities, creating a more inclusive society for everyone.

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