Matthew  Bowcock

Matthew Bowcock

Matthew Bowcock was chair of the national Community Foundation Network, a post he took up in November 2008. He stepped down at the end of his two terms in 2013.

A serial entrepreneur, Bowcock has founded technology companies in Australia, the US and the UK. In 2000, he established the Hazelhurst Trust, and later became a trustee of the Surrey Community Foundation.

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Lessons from the 'charity tax'

The prospect of a curb on tax relief for major donations is consigned to history for now, but the sector should not assume it has disappeared forever, says Matthew Bowcock.

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