AVM Elliot, who joined the Fund in April this year following a 35-year RAF career, has been named on the Queen's Birthday Honours List, announced yesterday.
Welfare Benefits Advisor Jen Kelly outlines what the Fund's Benefits Advice Service can help you with, and how members of the RAF Family can access it.
The RAF Benevolent Fund has launched a new specialist counselling service to offer additional emotional support to young people within the RAF Family.
Military personnel deployed across the Middle East and the USA have undertaken a baton relay to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain while raising money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
We are there side by side with the RAF, whenever times are tough. An RAF serviceman tells his story of support and how the Fund stepped in to make a difference when life changed.
A new All Ranks Common Room has recently opened at RAF Benson. The facility, which cost £400,000 in total, was supported by a £150,000 grant from the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF’s leading welfare charity.
As we mark the 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain Day at former Chain Home radar site, Bawdsey Radar in Suffolk, we remember all of those who served behind the scenes in crucial roles during the Second World War. People like Mary Wain's parents, who met and married at Bawdsey whilst working at the radar station.
As we commemorate the contribution of the many, as well as The Few during the Battle of Britain, we should also remember the many included thousands of factory workers and businesses who also contributed to the war effort.
Last week, the Blades marked this year’s Battle of Britain Day by flying over former RAF sector stations that played an essential role in defending our skies during the Second World War.
80 years on, radar tribute highlights that it was more than the flying few who won the Battle of Britain
On this Battle of Britain Day, the RAF Benevolent Fund is shining a spotlight on the unsung heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice 80 years ago.