The Richard Fuchs Archive Trust

The Richard Fuchs Archive Trust Deed was signed on 17th December, 2008, and was registered with the Charities Commission (Registration number CC46626), in accordance with the Charities Act 2005.

The purpose of the Trust is to perpetuate the memory and appreciation of the music, art and works of Richard Fuchs.

The Richard Fuchs Archive Trust

The Trust decides how the Archive is to be administered, as well as encouraging and taking part in direct promotional initiatives such as concerts, recordings and publications. The Trust is actively concerned with how funds are raised and spent so as to meet the Trust objectives.

The Trustees:

Daniel Stern Mulheron of Wellington, Film Director
Danny is a film and television actor, writer, and director, and a grandson of Richard Fuchs. He and his wife Sara Stretton co-directed the documentary "The Third Richard".

Sarah Jane Te One of Wellington, Lecturer
Sarah is a lecturer/researcher in early childhood and the granddaughter of Richard Fuchs. She is actively involved in the work of the Trust.

Phillip David Green of Wellington, Barrister, Mediator and Arbitrator
Phillip is an active patron of the arts and a respected member and Chair of a philanthropic trust. Phillip’s experience as a trustee and his commitment to promoting music and art are invaluable for the Trust.