The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund is proud to be working with the Bomber Command Association towards the unveiling of the Bomber Command Memorial on June 28 2012.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Flight Lieutenant Phil Bird is a pilot with the RAF's Hawk display team, and the RAF Benevolent Fund is the team's charity of the year. Phil tells us more in this blog.
SAC Ryan Tomlin of the RAF Regiment was killed in Afghanistan on 13 February 2012. In his memory some fellow Regiment gunners are organising a charity football match to support the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Air Marshal Sir Robert Wright, Controller of the RAF Benevolent Fund (RAFBF), the RAF’s leading welfare charity, will retire in July this year. Sir Robert is succeeded by Air Marshal Chris Nickols, until recently Chief of Defence Intelligence at the Ministry of Defence.
It's not the X-Factor it's the RAF Factor! The winner of the RAF's famous singing competition has now released a charity single.
Jacqui Thompson's husband, Gary, was killed in Afghanistan, while serving with the RAF Regiment. Since then Jacqui has dedicated herself to fundraising for the RAF Benevolent Fund, and this work has been recognised with a 'Soldiering On' award on Sunday.