We had lots of great blogs on our website in 2014. Here, we've picked five of our favourites.
2014 was a busy year for the RAF Benevolent Fund. Here is a round up events, activities and fundraising that took place.
With Christmas just a few days away, we have been overwhelmed by the massive support for our very first Christmas single 1914 The Carol of Christmas. Stephen Fry, Sir Cliff Richard, Bear Grylls, Boris Johnson and a host of other celebrities have been tweeting about it to their army of followers.
Prime Minister David Cameron received an early Christmas present from the RAF Benevolent Fund today when we delivered a copy of our Christmas single to him and wife Samantha.
2015 will see people across the country commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain – the most significant aerial combat campaign in WWII and undoubtedly the RAF's finest hour.
The RAF Benevolent Fund is delighted to be supported by the Blades aerobatic display team.
Following the soar away success of Planes 2: Fire and Rescue in cinemas, Disney launched the film on DVD this week and gave RAF families an opportunity to watch the high-flying comedy at RAF stations around the country.
This week saw us embarking on a campaign of a different kind – we released a Christmas single with the wonderfully talented RAF Spitfire Choir and Flight Lieutenant Matt Little from RAF College Cranwell.
Response to the announcement by George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, this evening ahead of the Autumn Statement that £2.5m of LIBOR will support welfare of soldiers, sailors and airmen.
Last week the RAF Benevolent Fund held its first full race day event at Chepstow Racecourse in the chilly but beautiful November sunshine. Regional Fundraiser Cerys Sadler tells us more.