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The Santon Group has also been instrumental in award-winning residential developments, particularly the conversion of listed buildings not currently in residential use, for almost 20 years.

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    • Ehlers-Danlos Support UK’s Impact Report for the year 2021-2022 setting out the benefits of the financial support given by the The Sandhu Charitable Foundation during over the last 12 months

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation are pleased to donate the sum of £15,000 to The Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust in Ealing to assist in their continuing efforts regarding the conservation and presentation of the Trust’s collection of historic buildings, ancient monuments and gardens within London but specifically in connection with the Trust’s Colour Road Crossings Project.  This is a unique project that has engaged local schools and young people and will help to make Ealing a special place to live, work and enjoy.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have agreed to enter into a one-off commitment with Ehlers-Danlos Support UK in connection with Professor Aziz’s diet and EDS research by making an initial payment of £45,000

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    • The Scar Free Foundation produces a short up-date on their recent progress and latest developments, including their Big Give campaign.

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    • By way of continuation of their sponsorship of The Latymer Foundation’s STEM Academy, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have donated £2,500 thereby helping to ensure that the five week programme (due to run on Saturday mornings from 26th February to 26th March, 2022) can go ahead this year.  The programme is open to at least 35 pupils from local schools currently in Years 7 and 8.



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    • The Anne Frank Trust were looking to raise £75,000 in their Big Give Christmas Challenge Appeal whereby every donation was matched.  The Sandhu Charitable Foundation are delighted to confirm that they have donated the sum of £25,000 to The Anne Frank Trust in order to enable them to continue with their quest in empowering young people to build a world free from prejudice.

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