Dominic Fox

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"Dominic Fox has worked in the voluntary and community sector for over 30 years. He started as a volunteer setting up a bookshop within a multicultural community centre in Bath and has worked as a youth worker and social worker.

"Dominic has held a number of senior management posts including Director of the Kings Cross Homelessness Project, Acting Chief Executive at National Homeless Alliance, CEO of a disabled children’s charity, Kidsactive, was Director of the Children's Centre Project, a collaboration of seven national charities based at the National Children's Bureau, and was Chief Executive at Hoffmann Foundation for Autism.

"He has been a member of various boards, a trustee of NCVO since 2002 and is a member of the Poverty Strategy Group at Joseph Rowntree Foundation. He was the first chair of homelessness charity Groundswell and a founder trustee of London Funders.

"Dominic stood down as Chief Executive of The Stone Ashdown Trust in December 2008 when it became one of the UK's first charitable foundations to "spend out" its capital. In February 2011 he took up the role of Chief Executive at the Association for Charitable Organisations, the umbrella body for benevolence charities in the UK"[1]


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  1. National Council of Voluntary Organisations Trustees, organizational web page, accessed October 9, 2013.