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  • Odiham P2K 500_333
    RAF Odiham personnel run, cycle and bear crawl for charity

    A team of seven physical training instructors based at RAF Odiham are running, cycling and bear crawling to raise money for the  RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.

  • Mike taking part in Tour of Cambridgeshire 2019
    Lincolnshire man to cycle 5,600 miles for the RAF Benevolent Fund

    An RAF serviceman based at the Headquarters of the RAF Air Cadets at RAF College Cranwell will be cycling 5,600 miles this year to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • Fund hosts virtual coffee morning for RAF Akrotiri partners

    A virtual coffee morning was recently hosted for a group of partners and spouses from RAF Akrotiri with RAF Benevolent Fund Controller, Air Vice-Marshal Chris Elliot, and Lady Katie Wigston, solicitor, and wife of Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Mike Wigston.

  • Supporting the serving community through lockdown

    Vron Young is a Social Engagement Worker for the RAF Benevolent Fund based at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland. She explains how she's continuing to engage with personnel and their partners throughout the current lockdown.

  • The Blades
    Seven years strong: The Blades renew partnership with RAF Benevolent Fund

    The Blades Aerobatic Team is thrilled to announce its seventh year in partnership with the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.  

  • RAF charity supports RAF Brize Norton £23K youth club renovation

    A £23,000 refurbishment project at RAF Brize Norton has revamped The Flat, its Airplay Senior Youth Club. The renovation was supported by a £5,000 grant from the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF's leading welfare charity.

  • I would be lost and alone without the Fund

    Falklands war veteran Andrew (Harry) Harrop left the Royal Air Force in 1988 when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The RAF Benevolent Fund has been by his side ever since, helping him to continue to live independently. Now 62, Harry tells his story of support.

  • RAF Lossiemouth Airplay Seniors RAF Benevolent Fund
    We always have a laugh at Airplay

    Young people from RAF Lossiemouth's senior Airplay group tell us what their time together means to them.

  • RAF Benevolent Fund Airplay Film School
    "We miss seeing our friends"

    Airplay is the RAF Benevolent Fund's flagship youth support service, where youngsters come to spend time with their peers, share their problems and smash watermelons! Airplay youth worker Sarah White explains how the fruit was used for special effects during their recent film school.

  • Tribute to Life Vice President Lady Agnes Humphrey
    Tribute to Life Vice-President Lady Agnes Humphrey

    RAF Benevolent Fund Life Vice-President Lady Agnes Humphrey has passed away. Lady Agnes was a long-term supporter of the Fund, and widow of Sir Andrew Humphrey who was Chief of the Defence Staff before his death in 1977.

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