Cruse Bereavement Care is just one of the specialist agencies the RAF Benevolent Fund works with to support RAF personnel past and present.
Former RAF telecoms operator Ian Park says works to adapt his home and ensure he can live on one floor have 'changed his life'.
When 95-year-old Gwladys Anderson's boiler broke down just before Christmas 2016, festivities at the old stone house in Crail, Fife, were all but over.
We all like to receive nice gifts on our birthday, but when Henry Conway turned six, he asked for something a little different.
When the WRAF was formed in 1918, Ruth Theaker was one of the first to sign up. In this blog, part of our Women at War 100 series, her grandson David Rainford tells her story.
For 96-year-old Gladys, a call-up to the WAAF in 1940 was her chance to help the war effort.
Considered a trailblazer as the first female medic to serve on the frontline with the RAF Regiment, former Flt Lt Michelle Partington had a successful RAF career. Despite her achievements she insists she was nothing special, "just one of the lads doing the job".
RAF veteran Tony Beck's life was turned upside down in 2007 when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. After undergoing surgery and months of rehabilitation, it became clear that Tony wouldn't be able to return to his role as a telecommunications operator in the RAF.
Inspired by the true life stories of those who served their country during the Second World War, The Navigator had its industry presentation in support of the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Paying tribute to his grandfather, George, has made RAF Benevolent Fund supporter Nigel Palmer even more proud of his wartime service.