Charity News

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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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation were pleased to be hosts of The Anne Frank Trust Annual Lunch to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2023 donating the sum of £75,000.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donated £1,000 to the Fort Augustus Secret Santa!  Last year they gifted 200+ children, nearly 100 elderly living alone, made donations to L’Arche Disability Centre and helped the homeless in the local area.  Not only that, they managed to pay for everyone’s Christmas dinner, donated to Raigmore Hospital’s baby unit and, as if all of that was not sufficient, bought 2 vans’ worth of food for the local Samaritans’ food station!

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation sponsored, in the sum of £3,500, the Revcap Team on their well established Annual Property Walk along the Thames Tow Path in favour of The Elifar Foundation.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation pledged to donate the sum of £5,000 at The Michael Josephson MBE Charity Ball 2022.  The entrepreneur, who is Variety, The Children’s Charity’s Chair of Patrons, takes great pride in supporting the most vulnerable people in the North West.  The funding provided by The Charitable Foundation benefitted Mahdlo Youth Zone who provide opportunities for young people (aged between 8 to 19, or 25 with a disability) to try something new, to learn and develop skills and take part with others in projects that they otherwise would not have been able to do.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation are proud to donate £5,000 to The Kalgidhar Trust to enable them to carry on their good work by improving literacy using the Rural education program, by focusing on the empowerment of women and their Charitable Hospital, Free Medical Camps, Drug Rehabilitation and Disaster Relief programs.

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    • The Latymer Upper School offers one of the UK’s most generous bursary programmes.  The Sandhu Charitable Foundation was delighted to enter into a 7 year commitment with the school in respect of the Class of 2026 Bursary by pledging it would donate £15,000 each year until 2026.

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