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Albert Jarrett

Tributes paid to Second World War RAF veteran who carried baton at Commonwealth Games and was supported by the RAF Benevolent Fund

Tributes have been paid to an RAF Second World War veteran who carried a baton at the recent Commonwealth Games, in Birmingham and was assisted by the RAF Benevolent…

Al Dyer Welfare Break

"Our welfare break gave us the quality time we needed as a family"

After experiencing a stroke and spending two years in rehab, Al Dyer and his wife Gina were desperate for some time away with their seven year old twin girls. Thankfully…

11 July 2022
Pippa Doyle

Phyllis Pippa Latour Doyle: My Story

Once a Special Operations agent acting behind enemy lines during the Second World War, Phyllis ‘Pippa’ Latour’s service means she has been able to continue living…

Harry Lambert

The Fund helped us in our darkest hour

RAF veteran John Lambert's family faced an impossible decision: pay a bill they could not afford or see their father evicted from his care home. 

28 December 2021
Ldr Fitzpatrick's daughter head scan

"We had no spare capacity to think with so much going on"

As a Chinook pilot, Squadron Leader Jeffrey Fitzpatrick is used to weathering challenging professional situations. But when his daughter was born with a rare syndrome,…

17 August 2021
Sandra Payne

Sandra Payne: My Story

Struggling by on Universal Credit and using foodbanks to feed her family, RAF veteran Sandra Payne, was in her own words, 'on skid row'.

9 August 2021