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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    • 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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    • Jeans for Genes Day receive a £6,000 donation from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation to assist them in their campaign to raise awareness of the daily challenges faced by those living with a genetic disorder and who raise money to fund projects that make a tangible difference to the lives of those affected.  While some genetic disorders are apparent at birth, others may be diagnosed at different stages of childhood, adolescence and sometimes also into adulthood.  This can have a devastating impact on the individuals concerned and also their families.

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    • The Dyspraxia Foundation receives a £5,000 grant from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation by way of supporting their on-going work into this common disorder which affects fine and/or gross motor coordination in both children and adults.

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    • Erskine Charity, the Veterans care and support charity, receives a donation of £10,000 from The Sandhu Charity.  Having cared for over 100,000 veterans, Erskine is now known as Scotland’s foremost provider of care for veterans and their spouses.  The Sandhu Charity and The Highland Club, situated at Fort Augustus on the southern shore of Loch Ness (being a development carried out by The Santon Group) are proud to lend their support and sponsorship to this very worthy cause.

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    • Sightsavers UK receive a one-off contribution of £3,000 from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation to support them in their challenge of protecting eyesight and fighting for disability rights

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    • In accordance with its commitment, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation has donated the sum of £10,000 to the University of Warwick’s Wellbeing Support Services.   Now, more than ever, the work carried out by Wellbeing Support Services is vitally important in ensuring all students receive the help and support they require during this period of their lives.

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