On Christmas day at Headquarters Resolute Support, five plucky individuals completed an epic 24-hour physical training marathon, the "physathon", raising more than £1,600 for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
A record-breaking turnout at this year's Marham New Year's Eve 10K saw £4,800 raised in support of the RAF Family.
This New Year's Day marked the 70th anniversary of the enactment of the National Service Act, which led to more than two million young men being conscripted into the British Armed Forces.
We had lots of great blogs on our website in 2018. Here, we've picked ten of our favourites.
When 95-year-old Howard Battson's wife passed away two years ago, Howard's world was turned upside down. The Fund is proud to stand side-by-side with Howard and other RAF veterans in a bid to help combat social isolation and loneliness this Christmas and beyond.
A spectacular two-day event attended by 100 supercars has raised more than £15,000 for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
Following another sell-out year, The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has pledged £193,250 to support the work of the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund in Scotland.
This year's Beaujolais Runners have visited some historic sites, including paying their respects at Wing Commander Guy Gibson's graveside in Holland, raising money and awareness for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Launch of multi-million pound support to enhance mental wellbeing and combat isolation among RAF personnel
A new report from the RAF Benevolent Fund finds that the biggest challenges our serving RAF and their partners are experiencing include mental wellbeing difficulties, social isolation and partner employment opportunities.
In the latest edition of our advice blog, Welfare Benefits Advisor Jen Kelly outlines the key welfare benefit changes announced in the Autumn Budget, which may be relevant for the RAF Family.