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Fundraising

  • RAF Benson goes the extra mile

    Personnel from 28 (AC) Squadron based at RAF Benson have quite literally run their socks off in support of the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • Run, Row, Ride

    Flight Lieutenant Nathan Jones, 29, is a pilot with 101 Squadron, based at RAF Brize Norton. Here he tells us about Run, Row, Ride, the fundraising challenge he and his colleagues are taking on to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • RAF Valley coastal run

    RAF Valley personnel are running the 126 mile coastal path of Anglesey in a 24 hour relay. The run is taking place today and tomorrow. Sergeant Martin Thompson tells us more in this blog.

  • Airmen's Friend

    There are loads of ways people show their support for the RAF Benevolent Fund, but there's only one horse fundraising for us – meet Airmen's Friend.

  • Giving something back to the RAF family

    When Chris Lumb was medically discharged from the RAF Police, the RAF Benevolent Fund stepped in to support Chris and his family. Now Chris and his wife Lisa are giving something back – Chris tells us more in this blog.

  • RAF photographers run Hadrian's Wall

    On Friday 4 May a team of RAF photographers set off from RAF Marham to run the length of Hadrian's Wall for the RAF Benevolent Fund.

  • JOGON – running for charity

    A team of five runners from a Chinook squadron at RAF Odiham are running from John O'Groats to Land's End to raise money for charity.

  • Rock Hard Triathlon

    A team of 15 serving Royal Air Force personnel and civilians from RAF Honington are taking on a gruelling fundraising challenge in June to raise money for armed forces families in need.

  • Bike ride to honour the Regiment

    Adam Keen, 26, from Worthing, West Sussex is taking on a 244 mile bike ride for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund in memory of SAC Ryan Tomlin. Adam tells us more.

  • Desert Marathon

    Squadron Leader Daniela Nowalski has served in the RAF for 13 years. She recently completed the gruelling Marathon Des Sables, raising around £2,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund. In this post Daniela tells us what it was like running across the Sahara Desert – for six days!

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