From left: William Cook (Trustee & Executive Officer, CPT) with Rupert Phelps (Chair, Gulls Eggs Cttee) Helen Matthews (COO, CPT) and Michael Maslinski (Chair, Grouse & Grape Cttee)

The annual Grouse & Grape Luncheon was held yesterday in the beautiful surroundings of Spencer House - the magnificent eighteenth-century mansion owned by Lord Spencer, overlooking Green Park, London. 

This celebrated luncheon has been held as a fundraising and networking event serving seasonal delicacies for the past six years, specifically for guests from the wealth management and family office sectors. Over 330 guests attended this year, helping to raise over £34,000 for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust. 

The Grouse & Grape Luncheon is a hugely fun and delicious buffet. This well-loved event gathers together an unrivalled group of decision-makers from the investment, wealth management and family office world. The purpose is to support the critical work of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, a lean and efficient charity which give a high proportion of funds raised to their end cause of funding research to find a cure for the disease.

said Michael Maslinski, Chairman of the Grouse & Grape Committee. 

“We’re very grateful for the generosity of everyone who attended The Grouse & Grape Luncheon this year.” said Helen Matthews, COO, The Cure Parkinson's Trust. “The charity remains focused and more determined that ever to raise the funds needed to ensure the best research gets underway to defeat Parkinson’s once and for all.”

We would like to thank all of the guests who attended this year for their support and generosity. The Grouse & Grape Luncheon will take place again next year in October. For ticket and sponsorship enquries please contact Sarah Gibling or Maisie Johnson on 020 7487 3892 or email [email protected]

We would like to thank the event sponsor Kempen and our headline sponsor CRUX Asset Management for their continued generous support.