Menu Donate Request our help

Helpline: 0300 102 1919


  • The Sharrock family
    Spending Christmas away from loved ones

    Squadron Leader Matt Sharrock is just one of many RAF personnel who'll be spending Christmas away from their families.

  • Christmas abroad for the RAF
    Christmas means a decorated palm tree for personnel overseas!

    For RAF personnel any time overseas means difficult time away from loved ones – even more so at Christmastime.

  • Christmas at Princess Marina House
    Christmas at Princess Marina House

    The stockings are hung, the presents are wrapped and the turkey is ready for the oven. Christmas at Princess Marina House has arrived and it's always special

  • The Robinsons
    Celebrating Christmas in our new home

    Stuart and Amy Robinson, who have been supported by the RAF Benevolent Fund, will be spending their first Christmas in their new home with their six-year-old son George and new baby Amelia.

  • Six-year-old fundraiser Harry Orme
    Six-year-old Harry is a Christmas star!

    Harry Orme, from Coddington, is so determined to fundraise for the RAF Benevolent Fund he's hosting his own Christmas concert!

  • Thank you for supporting 1914 – The Carol of Christmas

    With Christmas just a few days away, we have been overwhelmed by the massive support for our very first Christmas single 1914 The Carol of Christmas. Stephen Fry, Sir Cliff Richard, Bear Grylls, Boris Johnson and a host of other celebrities have been tweeting about it to their army of followers.

  • No.10 receives 1914 - The Carol of Christmas

    Prime Minister David Cameron received an early Christmas present from the RAF Benevolent Fund today when we delivered a copy of our Christmas single to him and wife Samantha.

  • Charity single's tribute to the servicemen of the Great War

    This week saw us embarking on a campaign of a different kind – we released a Christmas single with the wonderfully talented RAF Spitfire Choir and Flight Lieutenant Matt Little from RAF College Cranwell.

  • Christmas competition launched as part of Red, White and Blue Day

    As part of the national schools fundraising event, Red, White and Blue Day, which takes place each October, children are being asked to design a Christmas card to mark the centenary of WWI.

  • Our family's special Christmas

    Corporal Jason Bunker is just one of many RAF personnel who'll be spending Christmas away from their families. In this guest blog, his children Keeley and Elliot tell us how they've split Christmas into parts so that they don't miss out on getting to spend Christmas with their dad.

Sign up to receive the RAFBF e-newsletter