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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 Santon Group were honoured to be able to continue their sponsorship of The Erskine Military Ball 2023 which took place in Glasgow on 6th October.  The Charity raised £42,000 on the night which will enable Erskine to continue their invaluable work in caring for Scotland’s veterans.

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    • As part of The Sandhu Charitable Foundation’s existing commitment to The Latymer Upper School’s generous bursary programmes, the Charity donated the sum of £15,000 towards the Class of 2026 Bursary.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donated £5,000 to Pulse of Luton (Luton Urban Radio) which is a not-for-profit radio station serving the local community of Luton and beyond, as well as the global on-line radio community.  Luton Urban Radio has been running for over 20 years and aim to provide the highest quality content for members of their community and across a wide variety of topics.


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    • As part of their four year commitment, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donated the sum of £1,000 to The London Music Fund.  The London Music Fund’s mission is to transform under-served communities by enabling children to access high-quality music education.  Their vision is that every child who demonstrates significant musical ability, enthusiasm and commitment to learning an instrument is given the opportunity to develop their potential.

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    • The Scar Foundation have provided The Sandhu Charitable Foundation with their Spring, 2023 up-date

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation donated the sum of £4,000, by way of a one-off donation to Build It International.  The donation was by way of sponsorship of Mary Gavigan in connection with her 500km bike ride from Lusaka to Livingstone, Zambia.  Build It is a charity which deals with projects supporting poverty relief in Africa.  They do this by way of Training into Work programmes which enables thousands of young people in Zambia to secure valuable building and other vocational skills.  This then ensures that communities have access to a skilled workforce resulting in much improved schools, clinics and homes.

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