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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 Charitable Foundation receive an up-date from Sightsavers  surrounding their work helping to reach marginalised communities in desperate need of eye health services and treatments for debilitating neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) – at the same time sharing their plans for 2024.  To this end, Sightsavers aims to perform over 499,000 sight-saving surgeries, distribute millions of treatments for blinding and debilitating NTDs, and provide over 1.2 million pairs of glasses.

      They appreciate their plans are ambitious, but they believe that, with the right investment in health care, they can reduce poverty and disease, as well as improve school attendance and employment rates.

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    • The Sandhu Charity has approved a pledge of £10,000 to The Akshaya Patra Foundation by way of a Big Give Match Funding  Campaign (“Beat Hunger in London’s Children with Nutrition”) they are running for the period 4th June 2024 to 18th June, 2024.  The raised funds will be used not only towards feeding children in London through the Foundation’s existing Holiday Hunger programme, but also an exciting new initiative called ‘Hot Meals and Homework’.  The Foundation are working with schools in disadvantaged areas to set up after-school clubs where Akshaya Patra provides a hot and nutritious vegetarian meal and the school provides teachers to stay behind and help children complete their homework.

      The Foundation believe this programme, in time, may be their way to reach scale in a cost-efficient way across the United Kingdom.

    • Nite Light CIC have benefitted from a £3,000 donation from The Sandhu Charitable Foundation to use towards supporting the most vulnerable people in society in the Redcar/Cleveland area of the north east.  The Charity’s aim is to reduce begging on the streets, to support their local cafes, restaurants and bistros and provide drink and hygiene packs to all that need them.

      Nite Light use a digital “pay forward” scheme which provides a “cash less” aid providing food and drinks to the people who need it the most.  They believe that everybody deserves the essentials in life and that nobody should be in need of food, drink and hygiene essentials. Click on their website (link attached) to find out more.


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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have pledged the sum of £10,000 (by way of a 2 year commitment) to support a student of the University of West London University (College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare) by establishing The Sandhu Charitable Foundation Scholarship.  This will be by way of a bursary for one deserving student each year.

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    • The Elifar Foundation is a small charity that helps to improve the lives of children and young adults with severe learning difficulties and associated physical disabilities. Elifar provides grants for a variety of items including electronic wheelchairs, specialised seating, eating aids, special beds and trikes, hoists, communication devices, sensory equipment and specialist holidays.  The charity is run by volunteers and 100% of any donation goes direct to those in need of help.   In lieu of sending corporate Christmas cards this year, The Sandhu Charitable Foundation were asked by Real Estate Venture Capital Management LLP (Revcap) if the Foundation would consider supporting Elifar with a charitable donation instead.  The Sandhu Charitable Foundation are pleased to confirm that the sum of £3,000 was donated to The Elifar Foundation in this regard.

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    • The Sandhu Charitable Foundation have donated the sum of £4,000, by way of match funding, to Cancer Research UK in memory of Carl Tancock who died at a young age of cancer.  Funds were successfully raised via a “white collar” boxing match

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