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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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    • By way of monthly standing order payments, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donated the sum of £30,000 during the 2020-2021 year to Ehlers-Danlos Support UK.  This payment allowed the Charity to continue with their support groups and new clubs (via Zoom) during the pandemic and additionally enabled them to introduce a new range of webinars run by health professionals and therapists.

       

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation responds to Dasra UK’s urgent appeal for funding to provide oxygen concentrators to those in desperate need in Delhi, India.  The Foundation donates the sum of £25,000 to assist the Charity in their quest to provide 300 machines.

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    • As India grapples with another major lockdown which will be devastating to local communities, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donates £25,000 to ensure that the crucial work carried out by Magic Bus may continue

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation grant Alive and Kicking the sum of £2,500.  Alive and Kicking are a small charity who empower and enrich the lives and livelihoods of people facing disadvantage through ethical employment, health education and play.   The charity operates in Ghana, Kenya and Zambia are the world’s only not-for-profit ball manufacturer using proceeds from ball sales to fund programmes.

       

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    • Prostate Cancer UK receive £10,000 from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation to enable them to carry on supporting and treating men who have been diagnosed with this disease.  Lockdown has made detecting all cancers, especially Prostate, much harder, with many people feeling unsafe or nervous about visiting their GP.  Prostate Cancer UK endeavours to reassure them and their families to take up video or telephone consultations with their GP’s, additionally putting their minds at ease that the hospitals their GP may refer them to will be safe and not put them at undue risk from COVID-19.

       

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