Geoff Ware, Regional Director for the RAF Benevolent Fund, visited RAF Marham on 18 March to present a donation of £10,000 towards the Norwich and West Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureaux outreach clinic.
As well as those currently serving at the station the clinic helps many former members of the RAF who have remained in the Marham area.
The clinic was established at the station's Community Support Hub in February 2009. Funded by the RAF Benevolent Fund, the advice service has proven to be a huge success.
The clinic offers advice on issues as wide ranging as debt, discrimination, education, employment, family and relationships, health, housing, immigration, tax and welfare benefits.
Geoff Ware said: "I am delighted to present this cheque today on behalf of the RAF Benevolent Fund. The excellent assistance the Outreach Service provides to RAF families at Marham is a great example of how we work with other organisations to deliver support where it is most needed among serving RAF personnel."
All Service families and veterans are welcome to attend pre-booked appointments via the HIVE, and drop-in appointments are available during less busy periods.
Citizens Advice visit Marham on Thursdays between 10am-2pm. To book an appointment please call 01760 446121 or Ext 6136.