Grant-making Trusts and Foundations can either support a specific area of our work or make a grant towards OCD Action’s core costs. 

We have received funding from charitable Trusts of all sizes, from small one-off donations to large, three-year project grants, and we have the skills and experience needed to make the best use of all grants.

OCD Action does not receive any government funding and we therefore rely on support from charitable Trusts.  In the last few years, we have worked with a number of Trusts to improve the lives of people affected by OCD.

The Trusts that have supported us since April 2015 include:

  • The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
  • Baron Davenport’s Charity
  • The Bartle Family Charitable Trust
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • The Cumber Family Charitable Trust
  • The Eric and Jean Beecham Charitable Trust
  • Garfield Weston Foundation
  • The Henry Smith Charity
  • J Paul Getty Jr. Charitable Trust
  • Jill Franklin Trust
  • John Ellerman Foundation
  • The Kitty and Daniel Nabarro Charitable Trust
  • Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales
  • The Lynn Foundation
  • Masonic Charitable Foundation
  • The Oakdale Trust
  • Pilkington Charities Fund
  • The Rayne Foundation
  • The Reso Charitable Foundation
  • Reuben Foundation
  • The Rofeh Trust
  • St. James’s Place Foundation
  • The S.W. Clive Charitable Trust
  • The Schroder Foundation
  • The Shanly Foundation
  • The Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust
  • The Sobell Foundation
  • The Sylvia and Colin Shepherd Charitable Trust
  • The Tudor Trust
  • The Usborne Foundation
  • The Vera Nabarro Charitable Settlement
  • The W E Dunn Trust

If you are the Trustee or representative of a charitable Trust or Foundation and would like to discuss how we could work together to improve the lives of people affected by OCD, please contact the Chair of Trustees, Piers Watson, at, or call the office on 020 7253 5272.