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RAF HALTON

RAF Halton is one of many RAF stations where we support serving members of the RAF Family, this includes our Airplay programme.

£132,361

Total amount spent on serving personnel and family members at RAF Halton in 2018

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INDIVIDUALS

 

£19,934

  • For 23 grants
  • Support with housing
  • Immediate grants of up to £500 to assist in an emergency
  • Assistance if an individual is injured

 

AIRPLAY

 

£55,558

  • Spent on station youth workers and operational costs

 

Airplay programme at RAF Halton

We developed Airplay in consultation with the RAF after a survey found that
keeping young people safely occupied was a big concern for RAF families.

Learn more

OTHER INITIATIVES

 

£56,868

  • For grants and miscellaneous costs
  • Grants to Citizens Advice Bureau on or near station
  • Funding for initiatives on station

RELATE

 

£111,385

  • For Relate support generally
  • Free counselling sessions for individuals, couples and families

Find out more about Relate relationship support

Do you have any questions about our services?

Whether the need is financial, emotional, or assistance with childcare and youth support,
we might be able to help alleviate the pressures on serving RAF personnel.

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NEWS & BLOGS

Browse through our latest news and blogs
for stories on the RAF Family, our supporters
and the work that we do across all RAF stations.

RAF Benevolent Fund Awards 2019

Earlier this year, we celebrated the Fund's generous supporters at our annual awards ceremony held in London.

SEE THE WINNERS

Fifth memorial football match takes fundraising to almost £20,000

Phil Hallam and his family have raised £3,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund in the latest annual football game in memory of his brother, SAC Andrew Hallam.

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“It was love at first sight”

This Valentine's Day, we'd like to take a moment to think about those RAF veterans and widows who've lost a partner later in life and now face their day-to-day lives alone. People like Margaret Peckham.

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The RAF Benevolent Fund offers a range of services to former and current members of the RAF, their partners and dependent children (under 18).

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