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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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    • In continuation of their support of The Anne Frank Trust UK, The Sandhu Charity donates the sum of £25,000.   The Anne Frank Trust UK is an education charity, that empowers young people with the knowledge, skills and confidence to challenge all forms of prejudice and discrimination.

    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation, by way of the second year of their three year commitment, gifted £10,000 to support the University of Warwick’s student Wellbeing at Warwick programme. The funds donated have supported the programme to develop a suite of information and awareness raising resources to ensure visibility to the new service, and therefore greater accessibility to reach more students in need of assistance.  It is anticipated that the next phase will see a complete refresh of the Website and online self-help materials available for students. This will particularly assist those individuals who find it most difficult to seek help, providing them with a means to safely access support.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation entered into a 7 year commitment with The Latymer Foundation by pledging £15,000 per annum for the Class 2026 Endowed Bursary

    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation pledges seven annual gifts of £15,000 to The Latymer Foundation to help endow a bursary in the name of the Class of 2026.

    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donates £11,000 at the Global Gift Foundation’s Gala Dinner for a Wembley Experience such experience to include a 12 seater private box at Wembley Stadium, to enable children/carers/parents (via Variety The Children’s Charity) to attend a music or sport event at the Stadium

       

       

    • The Sandhu Charity donated the sum of £3,000 to The Ruth Strauss Foundation.  Ruth Strauss was diagnosed with the inoperable form of lung cancer that attacks non-smokers.  In her memory, her husband Sir Andrew launched The Ruth Strauss Foundation to provide emotional, psychological and well-being support to patients and their families going through a similar experience and also to fund research into rare lung cancers.