Bumpy landings are a thing of the past for the youngest children of RAF personnel at RAF Cranwell, as a new soft play area and buggy shelter recently opened in the Brunei Community Centre.
Last week Her Majesty The Queen visited RAF Lossiemouth. She was presented with flowers from eight-year-old Lennon Gallagher who attends our Airplay programme at the station.
A team made up of RAF personnel and soldiers recently completed a 102-mile run to raise money for our work and ABF The Soldiers' Charity. Warrant Officer Phil Marland, who took part, tells us more.
A youth worker has been awarded two prestigious accolades for her commitment to supporting service personnel and their families.
Corporal Martin Atkinson from RAF Brize Norton is from an RAF family. In this guest blog, Martin tells us about the significance of Remembrance Day to him.
"I'm glad God's not deaf," said Wally Banford, 84, as he was fitted for hearing aids. Wally contacted the RAF Benevolent Fund this summer for help with hearing aids and we arranged for him to visit the headquarters of Starkey, a world leader in hearing aids.
On D-Day, 6 June 1944, Sergeant Lee Wrake was just 19 when he landed on Omaha Beach. He was responsible for transporting vehicles safely onto shore. It was during this time that he saved a drowning man who was hit in the stomach and then Lee himself was hit in the chest by shrapnel. Every Remembrance Day Lee remembers his fallen colleagues who lost their lives on D-Day.
Clayton MacLean from Ruislip was one of our nine runners that took part in the Great South Run last Sunday. Here he tells us what the experience was like.
On Sunday 25 October RAF Reservist Allan Dillon took part in the Great South Run to raise money for our work. In this guest blog, Allan tells us why he chose to run in aid of our charity.
Steve and Mari Green are just one of many RAF families the RAF Benevolent Fund has helped. We bought the family a house and adapted it to make getting around easier for Steve who suffers from a spinal injury.