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About Us

Organisational Overview

Carolina House Trust is an educational charity originally constituted in 1815 as the Dundee Orphanage, but today operational under the constitution approved by the Court of Session in June 2001.

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Our People

We have a large staff base all of who are totally commited to providing the quality services to meet the needs of young people.

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Our History

The history of the Carolina House Trust is enshrined in the history of Dundee itself. Every rise and fall in the fortunes of the town since 1815 has been reflected in the subscriptions and donations to the Home. Two of the founders were world-renowned for other reasons – James Keiller of marmalade fame, and James Chalmers, the inventor of the adhesive postage stamp.

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Corporate Information

Carolina House Trust is committed to continually improve the quality of its services and to meet the growing expectations of our service users.

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Carolina House Trust
7 Luna Place, Gateway West, Dundee Technology Park, Dundee DD2 1XF
Tel: 01382 561279 | Fax: 01382 568358
Alternatively you can email us at: info@carolina.org.uk

Established in 1815. Registered Scottish Charity No SC016289

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