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.
A new state-of-the-art games area was launched at RAF Lossiemouth by one of its former Station Commanders, today.
Airplay is our project that supports young people growing up on RAF stations. Some of these young people recently got together at a youth forum. Fiona, our press officer, tells us more in this blog.
To commemorate 50 years of the VC-10 flying, Rod Marshall, one of our supporters decided to hold a raffle to support the RAF Benevolent Fund.
We're here for the whole RAF family, and one of our projects, Airplay, supports young people growing up on RAF stations. One Airplay project is encouraging musical talent. 18 year old, Ryan, tells us more.
This week, the Bomber Command Memorial at Green Park was voted London's most popular tourist attraction according to Trip Advisor. Mike Neville, our Chief of Staff, tell us more in this blog.
Those folk at RAF Lossiemouth are always up for a challenge. A group of RAF personnel took on the Tough Mudder challenge to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
This Christmas we are running a Facebook fundraising campaign – and we want you to get involved. Tommy, the community manager who is running the campaign, tells us more in this blog.
Barbara Storer's father was serving with the RAF in Bomber Command when his Lancaster was lost over France in 1944. Here, Barbara remembers her father.