The event took place at Oakley House, Bromley on April 25 and was attended by 175 people.
Patriotic supporters including special guests The Chelsea Pensioners turned out in their finest red and white to help raise money for the Freddie Farmer Foundation, named after 10-year-old Freddie Farmer, of Hayes, who has cerebral palsy.
There was also a Militaire Orchestra sing-a-long, silent auction and dancing on offer.
“We had the most amazing night with some fantastic people,” said charity officer Karen Smith.
“It was very patriotic and people loved it.
“We’ll announce the final amount raised as soon as we’ve finished totting up the figures and we’ll post details of our upcoming fundraising events here on our website soon.”