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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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    • The Sandhu Charity donated the sum of £15,000 to BEfriend London.  BEfriend (formerly The Volunteer Link Scheme) provides one-to-one volunteer befriending to people within the London Borough of Ealing who are socially isolated because of physical, sensory, cognitive or psychological impairment

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation as Patrons of Variety, the Children’s Charity (via its Trustees, Bim and Pardeep Sandhu) gifted £10,000 to Variety.  Variety’s Patrons play a vital role in making it possible for the charity to keep on positively changing lives day in, day out by enabling Variety, the Children’s Charity to provide the practical help to ensure children and young people affected by ill health, disadvantage and disability reach their full potential.

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    • By way of an annual commitment, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donated the sum of £25,000 to Magic Bus UK.  The Magic Bus Programme uses a special combination of Physical Activity, Play, Sport and Mentoring to engage with children and young people living in poverty. Through their sessions, they teach important life lessons that will help those taking part to escape poverty.

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    • Orbis benefit from the third of a 3 year commitment in the sum of £7,000 from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation.  Orbis’s mission is to use their network of partners, supporters, staff and sector leading volunteers to empower local communities with the skills and resources necessary to fight blindness on their own. They work alongside eye teams in communities to provide training and guidance to leave a long-term eye care legacy that will restore vision for generations to come.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation, over and above its existing monthly standing order to Ehlers Danlos Support UK (totalling £30,000 p.a.), donated an additional £50,000 to enable the charity to continue to expand its support services, attract additional funding and plan for a major national audit of services for people with hypermobility-related problems. The monies would also fund the pilot teens’ workshop in London, which would help to demonstrate the need for tailored support for young people. In addition, the monies will fund the staff time needed to design the programme and develop funding applications for it.

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    • As part of their commitment to The Latymer Foundation, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donates £6,000 to the school’s STEM Academy

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