Flying Officer Alan Biffen served in the Royal Air Force from 1942 to 1946, initially flying Wellington bombers, before transferring to Lancasters. Alan tells us what the new Bomber Command Memorial means to him.
The RAF Benevolent Fund always aims to find the most effective way to support the RAF family. Sometimes we work with partner charities such as hospices. One of our regional directors, Paul Hewson, tells us more.
Airplay is the RAF Benevolent Fund's youth support programme that provides activities and facilities for young people growing up on RAF stations. Airplay at Coningsby has just completed a creative graffiti project.
Two RAF technicians, recently back from Afghanistan, are taking on a challenge to support the RAF Benevolent Fund.
The RAF Hawk Display Team has unveiled its new paint design for the 2012 airshow season – featuring the Heart Roundel logo of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund has taken responsibility for the Bomber Command Memorial. In this blog, Mike Neville, our chief of staff, discusses why the memorial is so important.
Personnel from 28 (AC) Squadron based at RAF Benson have quite literally run their socks off in support of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Last year we ran a competition with the fantastic prize of a flight with a Spitfire, which was kindly donated by Go Action Stations. Our lucky winner was Sandra Withenshaw from Cheshire. Sandra tells us more in this blog.
Flight Lieutenant Nathan Jones, 29, is a pilot with 101 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton. Here he tells us about Run, Row, Ride, the fundraising challenge he and his colleagues are taking on to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Donald Hodge served in the RAF as a mid upper gunner on Lancasters from 1943-44. He passed away in December 2011. His son, also Donald, is attending the unveiling of the Bomber Command Memorial to pay tribute to him and all those who gave their lives during the war.