From 1 April 2018, ACT is a charitable incorporated organisation (a “CIO”) registered in England & Wales number 1177106.  Registered office: ACT, 58 Bloomsbury Street, London WC1B 3QT.

ACT’s Trustees are elected by our members at the annual general meeting. They serve for up to 6 continuous years.

This year’s AGM is on Wednesday 14 November 2018, 11 for 11.30 a.m., at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London WC2. There will be a light lunch and social after the formal meeting. Members will receive a proper Notice at the end of October. Any member may stand for election as a Trustee: please contact ACT for more information and a nomination form.

The Annual Report and Accounts will be available via this page in October.

Trustees

 

Honorary Advisers: Isla Blair, Doreen Mantle.

Ambassadors: Noma Dumesweni, Juliet Stevenson, Simon Williams.

Juliet Stevenson on being an ambassador for The Actors’ Children’s Trust:
“Our children are our future and their well-being is of the greatest concern to us.  Actors pursuing their chosen profession face many difficulties but, when they are parents, those problems can multiply.  There can be illness or unforeseen accident in the family, or simply a special need for childcare when acting work has been secured.
The Actors’ Children’s Trust is here to help and support actor-parents in any way they can, and I am very proud to be their Ambassador.”

Staff

Executive Director – Robert Ashby

Head of Family Support — Lydia Hodges

Bookkeeper – Michael Lakhani

Since our foundation in 1896 ACT has had many dedicated and well-known Trustees.  Read more in the History section or in our factsheet on Important people in ACT’s history.

Without ACT’s support I honestly don’t know what we would be doing now.

We welcome your support as a member, or your help with fundraising or as a Marathon runner.
Read more about how you can support us.

Here on behalf of somebody else?

We understand it is a big step to contact a charity. If you are looking at this on behalf of an actor friend, please do get in touch by phone or email. There is no need to tell us the actor’s name at this stage. We are friendly and our help is confidential.

Read more about who we are or get in touch for help and support, email robert@actorschildren.org or call 020 7636 7868.