How you can help
We need to raise £125,000 for the next two years of geoscientific and archaeological fieldwork and research.
We are optimistic we can soon bring the current stage of the Odysseus Unbound project to a significant and successful conclusion, so we are actively seeking funding to bring this about.
Only the generous gifts of time and funding from our supporters, sponsors and collaborators have enabled us to reach this critical stage.
If you would like to contribute to our work, whether it is with academic knowledge and expertise, equipment or by a donation or sponsorship, we would like to hear from you.
However you can help us, it is greatly appreciated.
You can make a secure online donation by credit card or by PayPal in British Pounds, US Dollars or Euros.
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Although we are a British charity, donations by US tax payers (individuals, foundations or corporations) are tax-deductible through our association with the American Fund for Charities (AFC).
You can make a secure online credit card donation on the AFC website or alternatively download a form and mail a check.
We are actively looking for independent, commercial or corporate sponsors who wish to fund our scientific and archaeological research or who would like to collaborate with equipment or expertise.Past sponsors and commercial, corporate and academic collaborators include the international geoscience group Fugro, NASA, IGME in Greece and many others. For sponsorship and other funding opportunities, please email: [email protected]
Rigorous academic research is at the heart of the Odysseus Unbound project. We have links with universities in the UK, Greece and globally.
The project is uniquely cross-disciplinary. Already, one PhD thesis has resulted from an academic partnership between the project and Edinburgh University. We are always open to offers of academic collaboration to advance geoscientific, archaeological or classical history studies.For academic or corporate collaboration, please email our Project Coordinator: [email protected].