About 60 friends and supporters enjoyed the oriental food in Glenesk Road, Eltham, on Saturday, July 23.
Surjit Parkash, who shared the cooking with her sister Rajinder Tamber, said: “We knew about Freddie because his grandparents, Danny and Sheila - live next door, but when we read about the foundation we wanted to make a contribution. Instead of just making a donation, we decided to make an effort.
“Our neighbours had already enjoyed our authentic home-made Indian food so a curry evening sounded like the best idea. My husband Jyoti and I invited friends and colleagues, and Danny and Sheila invited theirs. We didn’t make the curry too hot and people were coming up for seconds and thirds, so all of it went!”
Rajinder’s husband, Jagtar, works for Ford’s in Dagenham and presented £1,296.25 raised among his colleagues for the foundation.
Joe Catchesides, Freddie’s uncle, said: “You can’t get better neighbours than this. We are so grateful for all the work that was put into such a wonderful evening that raised £2,336.25 for the foundation.