Odin's Outcasts

You Are NEVER Alone!

Frequently Asked Questions


​Q: I would like to make a difference.  How can I help?
A: Under the "Make A Difference" tab, fill out the form and we will have one of our Veteran Representatives contact you or if you would like to donate, you can go to the "Home" tab and click on make a donation.


Q: I've seen a homeless guy down the road with a "Homeless Vet" sign. Can you help him out?
A: ABSOLUTELY! That is what we are here for. Contact us immediately and one of our members will get their location and see how we can help.


Q: I’m an Employer, how can I help?
A: Under the "Make A Difference" tab, fill out the form and we will have one of our Veteran Representatives contact you. We will walk you through the process; it’s simple and only takes a few moments.


Q: I'm a Veteran, what do I need to do?
A: Email a copy of your driver's license, and copy of your Military/Government issued ID to helpandsupport@odinsoutcast.org , and one
of our members will contact you for a one-on-one phone interview. In some cases, a DD214 may be required for verification purposes.


Q: Why are you guys always talking about other Organizations?

A: No one is perfect, and being a combat veteran comprised board we have had to lean on organizations that truly stood to help Veterans. There are a lot of organizations out there that are in it for the wrong reasons, these stand true and will do whatever they can to assist anyone they can. We support ANYONE who TRULY supports veterans and their families in their darkest times.


Q: Who is Odin?

A: In Norse mythology, Odin (from Old Norse Óðinn) is a widely revered god. He is associated with healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, battle, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, the runic alphabet, and is the husband of the goddess Frigg.


Odin is depicted as being a cloak wearing, spear wielding, one-eyed, long-bearded God that granted ultimate knowledge. He is usually accompanied by his animal companions, Geri, Freki, Huginn and Muninn, who bring him information from all over Midgard (Earth) while sometimes riding the flying Sleipnir across the sky and into the underworld.

Odin is given primacy over beings associated with the battlefield and oversees Valhalla, where he receives half of those who die in battle, the einherjar. The other half are chosen by the goddess Freyja for her afterlife location, Fólkvangr.