The Hope Supper - BCMS' 30th Anniversary Charity Fundraiser

The Hope Supper - Charity Dinner & Auction Event

The Hope Supper

2019 is BCMS' 30th birthday – and we’re planning a rather special party.

This is no ordinary black-tie do. We’re not simply celebrating 30 years of successful trading as a family-owned M&A advisor. Indeed the night isn’t really about BCMS at all.

Instead, we will be shining a light on the charitable causes we support as a business.

As a guest at the event, you’ll enjoy fine dining, five-star hospitality, live entertainment from singer-songwriter Kerri Watt, who recently opened for Celine Dion, and keynote speech from Chris Moon MBE, whose remarkable life story is one of consistently overcoming incredible odds. Most importantly, the money you’ll help raise on the night will change lives for the better, permanently.

The Hope Supper at Drapers' Hall, London, on 13 November 2019 will support our nominated charity, The Snowdrop Foundation. In India, the Foundation has provided financial aid for the construction of an orphanage and a three-storey school, which provides education to 500 children from the poorest families in the area – people for whom even a basic education is usually unavailable.

Our 30th year has already seen BCMS send a team to India to work with the orphanage and school and see first-hand the astonishing, positive impact the Trust has made on people’s lives.

Much has been done, yes - but there is still much more to do. At Drapers' Hall in November, we have the goal of raising £75,000 for the Foundation in a single night. We know this is an ambitious target. But if 30 years in business has taught us one thing, it's that if you don’t try, you don’t succeed.

Event agenda: a night to remember


Arrival and drinks reception


Welcome speech, Dave Rebbettes, BCMS Founding Director


Starters and main course


Live entertainment - Kerri Watt

2019 has already seen Scottish artist and songwriter Kerri sign her first album deal, duet with Keith Urban, open for Celine Dion, play at Glastonbury and release a bold new track 'Cut me loose'.




Special guest speaker - Chris Moon MBE

Chris knows exactly what it takes to overcome adversity and supposed limitations. He was blown up in Africa clearing landmines for a charity and lost his lower arm and leg. Less than a year after leaving hospital he completed the London Marathon and now runs the world's toughest ultra-marathons. He's also one of the few westerners to have survived being taken prisoner by the Khmer Rouge Guerrillas.


Live auction


Tea and coffee, petit fours


Closing speech, networking and drinks



We would love to see as many people as possible there, but places are limited to just 200. Tickets for this unique event cost just £200 each, or £2,200 for a full table of 12.

To discover more about the Trust, or to offer your support in other ways, including sourcing auction and raffle prizes, get in touch with us:

If you cannot attend the event, but would still like to make a donation, please visit the Foundation’s fundraising page.

Together, we can make a difference.

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Event details

13 November 2019

Venue details

Drapers' Hall

Drapers' Hall
Throgmorton Street, London, EC2N 2AN
Drapers' Hall