Odin Charitable Trust

Health & Social Care

The Odin Charitable Trust supports general charitable causes however has a preference for: the arts; care for people who are disabled and disadvantaged people; hospices; homeless people; prisoners’ families; refugees; gypsies and ‘tribal groups’; and research into false memories and dyslexia.

Trustees typically support small organisations and those that, by the nature of their work, find it difficult to attract funding. Grants range from one-off donations to three year awards. Grants usually range from £1,000 to £5,000.

Applications should be submitted in the form of a letter or email and contain the following information:

  • Aims and objectives of the charity
  • Nature of the appeal
  • Total target, if for a specific project
  • Registered charity number
  • Any other relevant factors

Letters should be accompanied by a set of the charitable organisation’s latest report and full accounts and should be addressed to the correspondent:

PO Box 1898
Bradford-on-Avon
Wiltshire
BA15 1YS

020 7465 4300

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