Angus Council Charitable Trust

The Angus Council Charitable Trust provides support to vulnerable people in Angus and assists local groups or organisations with ongoing projects.

The trustees are the 28 elected members of Angus Council.

The trust is split into seven geographical areas, based on the council’s current ward boundaries (wards 6 and 7 are combined).

Within each ward there are a number of different types of funds available.

See the Angus Council Charitable Trust webpage on the Angus Council website for more information on what grants are available in which ward.

Last updated on 17 June 2019

Who is eligible?

People in need who live in the Angus Council area. See the Angus Council Charitable Trust webpage on the Angus Council website for more information.

How to apply?

To apply, complete the individual application form on the Angus Council Charitable Trust webpage on the Angus Council website and post back to the charity contact address below.

Alternatively you can email the form, with any attachments, to accesslawcommittee@angus.gov.uk.

Forms are also available from ACCESS offices and libraries in the Angus Council area.

You will be notified in writing of the trustees’ decision. The decision of the trustees is final.

An application should only be made when all other forms of assistance have been exhausted.

The Trust also provides grants to organisations.

Contact details

Angus Council Charitable Trust, Democratic Services
Resources Directorate, Angus Council, Angus House, Orchardbank Business Park
Forfar
Angus, Scotland
DD8 1AN
Telephone: 03452 777 778
Email: accesslawcommittee@angus.gov.uk
Web: https://www.angus.gov.uk/council_and_democracy/councillor_information/charitable_trusts?item_id=283