Jon Ager along with two friends recently raised over £800 for our work from a cycle challenge they did from the Cotswold to Spedalicchio. In this guest blog, Jon explains what the challenge was like.
RAF Benevolent Fund supporter Sean Allerton recently completed his second 500-mile wheelchair push challenge to raise money for our charity. Sean tells us all about it.
Flight Operations Manager Darren Norman has been raising money for the RAF Benevolent Fund for the past four years. In this guest blog he tells us all about his latest fundraising challenge – the 1000-mile pledge.
At the grand age of 100, Wally Lashbrook MBE DFC AFC DFM, who lives in Ayr, has been honoured with the award of a clasp to recognise his war time service as a pilot with Bomber Command.
To celebrate the launch of our new Spitfire iPhone app we are running a special photo competition where you can win a copy of 'Spitfire: The One' by Philip Kaplan.
Today saw the launch of our official Spitfire Augmented Reality app, enabling viewers to experience the iconic British aircraft in a truly unique dimension.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, has today paid his respects to the young men and women, among them many New Zealanders, who bravely defended Britain and the Commonwealth during the Second World War.
This year saw the RAF Benevolent Fund return to the Bournemouth Air Festival for the sixth year running. In her blog, Regional Fundraiser Cerys Truman tells us how the festival went.
Monday 9 September brought our first awards night, presented by our guest of honour Wing Commander Turner, Station Commander at RAF Scampton.
In response to The Rt Hon George Osborne MP's announcement about the latest LIBOR funding.