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  • Performing at Anthems in the Park was a brilliant experience

    Nineteen-year-old singer Jake Sime was one of the winners of our talent search to find local performers for Anthems in the Park. In his guest blog he tells us what it was like performing in front of over 4,500 people.

  • Student's sponsored walk for the RAF Benevolent Fund

    Seventeen-year-old student Lucy Lang will be doing a sponsored walk this Saturday 3 August to raise money for our charity. 

  • My choir's preparations for Anthems in the Park

    The Cranwell Military Wives Choir is just one of the acts who'll be performing at Anthems in the Park this Saturday at RAF Cranwell. Chorister Heather Kasperczyk tells us how the choir has been preparing for the event.

  • Airfix launch Hawk design competition in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund

    Model kit manufacturer Airfix are running a special competition where one lucky person will get the chance to see their Hawk aircraft design turned into a real model kit next year.

  • Fundraiser's car rally challenge for the RAF Benevolent Fund

    Flying Officer Tom Stratton is taking part in the Mongol Car Rally with two friends to raise funds for the RAF Benevolent Fund. In this guest blog, he tells us more about the event and why he's raising money for our charity.

  • Ascot racegoers show huge support for the Armed Forces

    For the first time in the history of Royal Ascot, a charitable collection took place for the brave men and women of our Armed Forces and their families at the Friday meeting.

  • Royal Ascot honours Britain's Armed Forces

    Last week Royal Ascot organisers held a special Armed Forces Day to recognise the work of those who serve in Her Majesty's Armed Forces and to also raise money for the Forces' three national charities. Paul Hewson, our regional director, was there to soak up the atmosphere.

  • World War I comic series raises money for the RAF Benevolent Fund

    Comic creators InkShot.com are raising money for the RAF Benevolent Fund through a new comic series that chronicles the lives of various World War I pilots.

  • RAF Benevolent Fund Dambusters fundraising dinner

    On Thursday 6 June we were joined by Dambusters veteran Johnny Johnson and Mary Stopes-Roe, daughter of Barnes Wallis, creator of the Bouncing Bomb, as we commemorated (and celebrated) the 70th anniversary of the Dambuster raid.

  • Pilot runs Paris marathon

    Group Captain Tim Below is working as an exchange officer with the French Air Force and has run the Paris marathon for the RAF Benevolent Fund. Tim tells us more in this blog.

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