RAF Brize Norton recently hosted a virtual magic show for personnel and their families. The online event, which cost £1,500 in total, was supported by a £750 grant from the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.
A number of play parks have been refurbished at RAF Northolt thanks to a £120,000 grant awarded by the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity. The project improved facilities at three play parks across RAF Northolt's service accommodation areas.
The RAF Rugby Union Women’s team recently completed a 12-hour virtual fitness challenge in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF’s leading welfare charity.
We are conducting a new audience research project to improve how it communicates with the RAF Family. The Fund has launched the survey in partnership with the agency Bunnyfoot to find out more about its supporters, beneficiaries, and those who may be eligible for support from the Fund.
This International Volunteer Day we spoke to Jo Terrey who shared why she volunteers and how as well as helping others it’s also helping her. This International Volunteer Day we spoke to Jo Terrey who shared why she volunteers and how as well as helping others it’s also helping her.
A group of partners and spouses from RAF Brize Norton recently joined a virtual coffee afternoon with RAF Benevolent Fund Controller, Air Vice-Marshal Chris Elliot, and Lady Katie Wigston, solicitor, and wife of Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston.
Airplay members at RAF Benson have stayed in touch during coronavirus restrictions using the new Airplay Connect digital platform. They tell us how COVID-19 has impacted their lives.
Airplay youth support scheme, which provides a safe place for youngsters whose parents serve in the RAF, will receive £110K funding over the next three years from the Wimbledon Foundation, the charity of The All England Lawn Tennis Club and The Championships.
A cycle challenge celebrating the centenary of Squadron Leader George ‘Johnny’ Johnson DFM launches on 25 November, Johnny’s 99th birthday. Johnny is the last surviving original member of Operation Chastise, also known as the Dambusters raid of 1943.
RAF Valley has reopened two play parks following a refurbishment project to improve the safety for children using these facilities. The project, which cost £33,000, was funded by the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.