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 have made a one-off additional donation to Variety (over and above their annual commitment) by way of a celebration of Neil Sinclair’s “big” birthday – Neil (and his wife Pamela) have worked tirelessly for Variety over very very many years.  This donation is a small way of saying “thank you” for all of Neil’s hard work in helping so many children.

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    • Ehlers-Danlos Support UK’s Impact Report for the year 2022-2023 setting out the benefits of the financial support given by the The Sandhu Charitable Foundation during the last 12 months

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    • As part of The Sandhu Charitable Foundation’s on-going commitment with Ehlers Danlos Support UK, the Foundation have over the last financial year, by way of monthly instalments, donated £30,000 to Ehlers Danlos to enable them to continue with their support of people affected by the disease and to enable them to pursue research possibilities

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    • As part of the on-going commitment with Ehlers-Danlos Support UK in connection with Professor Aziz’s diet and EDS research, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have made a further donation in the sum of £31,000

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    • In their 60th Anniversary year, Young Enterprise has received £18,000 from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation (by way of matched funding) specifically in connection with their funding drive for their LNER (London North Eastern Railway) project.  The aim of the project is to provide financial and enterprise learning opportunities for young people aged 11-18 along the East Coast Mainline (London Kings Cross, Stevenage and Peterborough, Grantham and Lincoln, Hull, York, Middlesborough, Durham, Newcastle).   Young Enterprise hope to equip an estimated 1,350 young people with critical skills – resilience, confidence, teamwork ability, and communication – while empowering them with an enterprising mindset to support them into bright futures.  This particular project prioritises support of young people from marginalised groups and who face the greatest barriers to their development, such as those affected by poverty, or with special educational needs and disabilities.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation are proud to continue their support of Magic Bus UK by providing a donation in the sum of £15,000 by way of unrestricted funds to enable Magic Bus to fund their life-changing projects in regions which have the greatest need.

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