Ruth Ruderham

Ruth Ruderham

Director of fundraising, Canal and River Trust

Ruth Ruderham became director of fundraising at Canal and River Trust in July 2011. She previously spent three years as head of fundraising at Christian Aid. 

Prior to this she was head of supporter development at Friends of the Earth. 

She is a trustee for Oxfam and was Fundraising magazine's Fundraiser of the Year Award winner in 2005.

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Ruth Ruderham: ‘Our fundraising is not about desperate need or saving lives, it’s about the reasons people like being alive.’

Canal and River Trust is a new charity with a long history. Head of fundraising Ruth Ruderham talks about generating income at an ex-government body, and focusing on the positive.

Ruth Ruderham, Helen Calder, Oisin Lunny, Danielle Atkinson

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Where did it go? How charities are faring in the running costs debate

Charities can be nervous about communicating their costs to the giving public. But what do donors really think about charity costs? Celina Ribeiro looks at public opinion, and how charities have fared with different ‘pence in the pound’ cost propositions.

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