RAF wife Alexandra Goldstraw will be embarking on an exciting challenge this month along with her sister Jessica and brother Chris in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund. Their challenge will see each of them competing in running events across the world.
Students from Hythehill Primary School in Lossiemouth celebrated the Armed Forces this week with a special assembly and visit from airmen from 6 Squadron as part of Red, White and Blue Day.
Last month Pauline Evans who works at RAF Lossiemouth took part in the Baxters Running Festival to raise money for our work. Pauline tells us more.
Two brothers from Hornsea, East Yorkshire, conquered the Freedom Trail and raised more than £3,700 for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
100 years ago today on 6 October 1914, No. 6 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps made its first ever operational deployment.
A team from 99 Squadron, RAF Brize Norton, will be setting out on a 100-mile trek in October to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Flight Lieutenant Dan Stendall last month took part in the World Sprint Triathlon Championships in Canada representing Team GB. In this blog, Dan tells us more about his RAF career, coping with PTSD and being a world triathlete.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund has appointed Debbie Hunter as Director for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Former SAC Technician Annie Devine is representing the British Wheelchair Rugby Team at the Invictus Games which start today. Annie, who has been supported by the RAF Benevolent Fund, tells us why she wants the British Wheelchair Rugby Team to bring home the gold at the Games.
As London gets ready to host the Invictus Games this week, former SAC Luke Wigman is looking forward to getting on the athletics track to compete in the 1500m event. Luke, who received support from the RAF Benevolent Fund after being injured by an IED in Afghanistan, shares his excitement with us.