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  • RAF Brize Norton honoured as Station of the Year

    Representatives from RAF Brize Norton picked up the coveted Wilkinson Sword yesterday evening after winning 'Station of the Year' at the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund Awards for their extraordinary fundraising efforts. The sword was presented by Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford.

  • RAF Rugby Sevens 'The Spitfires' win award

    The RAF Spitfires Rugby 7s Team were recognised this evening for their support of the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, winning the award for Best Cause-Related Marketing.

  • Prolinx Ltd wins Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award

    Prolinx Ltd, an Oxfordshire-based IT secure solutions and services provider, was honoured with the Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award at the annual Royal Air Force Benevolent Funds Awards evening yesterday.

  • Bronze Software Labs wins 'Most Innovative' award

    Ever wondered what it was like to pilot a Spitfire? Bronze Software Labs created an augmented reality app, enabling viewers to experience the iconic British aircraft and raise funds for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund at the same time. Their brilliant app and generous support were recognised by the RAF Benevolent Fund yesterday evening with an award for Most Innovative Corporate Fundraising.

  • East Ham Air Cadets win top award

    282 (East Ham) Squadron, RAF Air Cadets, scooped the award for Squadron of the Year from the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, recognising their incredible support of the Fund at events over the past several years.

  • Cheshire businessman donates Bomber Command Memorial maquette to RAF Benevolent Fund

    Philip Jackson's sculpture placed at the heart of the Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park has won resounding reviews from the public and art world alike, winning the Marsh Award for Excellence in Public Sculpture in 2013. The Memorial is regularly voted one of London's most popular tourist attractions, according to Trip Advisor.

  • Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund honours stand-out supporters

    Each year the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund spends millions to help over 60,000 members of the RAF family; a feat which wouldn't be possible without the help of thousands of supporters. In appreciation, the RAF Benevolent Fund paused yesterday evening to thank its stand-out donors and volunteers at an awards ceremony held at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London and sponsored by Lockheed Martin UK.

  • The Garden Centre Group digs deep for the RAF Benevolent Fund

    The Garden Centre Group is bringing patriotism to flower beds across the country with the launch of their red, white, and blue themed seed packets commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Great War and honouring those who served their country both then and now.

  • Woolaston veteran launches 'eggsellent' fundraiser for the RAF Benevolent Fund

    Retired RAF Squadron Leader Brian Gibbs has been joined in his fundraising efforts for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund by some very unusual ladies – his flock of 13 laying hens and three ducks!

  • Celebrations across the country for the Royal Air Force's 96th Birthday!

    The Royal Air Force celebrates its 96th birthday on 1 April and the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is leading the charge in the celebrations.

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