[Left: Mark Ronson / Right: James Tyler]
The foundation was created in the memory of the late singer, who tragically died in July 2011 at the age of 27, to help disadvantaged young people, and yesterday evening saw its first fundraising event held at the Dorchester hotel.
[Left: Ella Henderson / Right: James Arthur]
Other guests included Barbara Windsor, Ella Henderson, James Tyler, who also performed at the ball, Winehouse's parents Mitch and Janis, goddaughter Dionne Bromfield, and ex-boyfriend Reg Traviss.
[Left: Reg Traviss / Right: Dionne Bromfield]
Speaking at the event, Mitch said: "We need to do as much as we can to raise as much money as we can for disadvantaged young people.
"The key is early intervention, which means getting into schools and speaking to young people at the earliest opportunity. Giving them all the information they need and allowing them to make the appropriate decisions for them."
[Left: Barbara Windsor / Right: Paloma Faith]
James Tyler, who was a former contestant on The Voice and close friend to Winehouse, added: "I had alcohol problems in the past, I went to rehab, I'm lucky to be here. I was taught quite a lot about drugs in school, but no-one really talked about the dangers of alcohol.
"I'm still grieving, but something like this helps me because it's a really positive thing. She'd be so proud of her dad and her family.
"Amy was my soulmate, I think about her all the time. Part of me feels like she's still here."
[Left: Janis Winehouse / Right: Mitch Winehouse]
The foundation recently raised £230,000 which went to charities including New Horizon Youth Centre and Fitzrovia Youth In Action.