Dominic Fox

Dominic Fox

Dominic Fox became chief executive of umbrella organisation the Association of Charitable Organisations (previously known as the Association of Charity Officers) in February 2011 following a full career in the sector.

He has held two further chief executive positions, at the Hoffman Foundation for Autism and the Stone Ashdown Trust, and has been director of the Children's Centre Project, a collaboration of seven national charities based at the National Children's Bureau. 

He has been a trustee at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations since 2002 and is a member of the Poverty Strategy Group at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 

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Baroness Howe of Idlicote, chair of the NCVO Charity Law Review Advisory Group

The Charities Act 2006 has, overall, proved to be a good piece of legislation that is fit for purpose, the NCVO Charity Law Review Advisory Group has concluded.

Dominic Fox, chief executive, Association of Charitable Organisations

Benevolent funds and other poverty relief charities that have memberships drawn from restricted groups of people do meet the public benefit test and can keep their charitable status, the Upper Tribunal has ruled.



Dominic Fox, chief executive, Association of Charitable Organisations

The Association of Charitable Organisations has criticised the Charity Commission for forcing its members to waste time and money on the Charity Tribunal case being heard in London this week.

NCVO-led group to review the effects and burdens  of Charities Act 2006

NCVO has set up a new group to lead an independent review of charity law, which will shadow the work of the government’s own review of the Charities Act 2006 due to start in November.

Dominic Fox

The Association of Charity Officers has changed its name to the Association of Charitable Organisations and increased the size of its trustee board from four to 11.


Latest movers 11 February 2011

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