Adam Keen is running three marathons in four days in memory of Ryan Tomlin, who died in Afghanistan. Adam tells us more in this blog.
HRH The Duke of Kent recently visited the RAF Benevolent Fund’s head office in London to meet staff, trustees, beneficiaries and ambassadors.
Up in the far north of Scotland, at the RAF's most northerly base, a few friends got together and decided that they needed to make a difference. Karen Cox tells us more.
Sadly, World War II Polish pilot, Tony Rogers has passed away. Tony had an incredible life and flew Lancasters, Spitfires and Wellingtons during the War. In later life he became a keen supporter of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Wing Commander Simon Ling leads Team RAFBF Spitfire, a team of sailors made up of serving and ex-serving RAF personnel. In this blog, Simon tells us about the team's plans for 2013.
This Christmas many RAF personnel will be deployed overseas, and will be sorely missed by their loved ones. Yvonne, whose husband Andy is serving in Afghanistan, talks about Christmas without him in this blog.
2012 was a busy year for the RAF Benevolent Fund blog. These are the ten most popular blogs of the year, all brilliant reads.
The RAF Typhoon Display Team has presented the RAF Benevolent Fund with a cheque for more than £5000.
We have been running a Facebook fundraising campaign in the lead up to Christmas and we need your support. Tommy, our community manager, tells us more in this blog.
Airplay is our project supporting young people on RAF stations. Yesterday we opened a new Airplay park at RAF Lossiemouth. Sarah Riley-Evans, from Airplay Lossie, tells us more.