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 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.

    • Cancer Research UK (the main charity being supported by The Fort Augustus Sheep Dog Trial 2019) receive a £2,000 donation from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation

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    • The Sandhu Charity donates £3,000 to the Elifar Foundation in aid of Revcap’s staff and friends completing the 50k Thames Towpath Walk from Putney to Runnymede

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    • Yuva Unstoppable receives £10,000 donation from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation by way of sponsorship of one school in the Jullundur area of Punjab.  The sponsorship falls under Yuva’s Evolution program to improve the basic infrastructural amenities such as drinking water, toilets, wash areas and the classrooms, of municipal schools thus improving the lives of the children.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donates the sum of £7,500 to Coram Beanstalk to fully fund 3 reading helper volunteers in Grange Primary School, Ealing.  It is hoped that these funds will assist with the fact that 175,000 children are still not reaching the expected levels in reading by time they attend Secondary School.

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