R%oyal Air Force Benevolent Fund

The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund supports current and former members of the RAF, their partners and families, providing practical, emotional and financial support, whenever they need us. We are committed to getting them through the toughest times, whatever life may send their way. We’ll consider any request for assistance, however big or small, providing a tailor-made approach to each individual situation. We are unique in providing a range of support for serving RAF and their dependents, from support with childcare and relationship difficulties to help with retraining, injury, disability, illness and bereavement. For former serving RAF members and their partners, we offer financial grants to aid day-to-day living, cover one-off unexpected costs for practical items like a new fridge or replace a broken boiler, right through to renovating homes to help people live independently. We can provide respite care, bereavement support or arrange telephone groups to help those isolated or lonely.

Business Development Manager

Daniel Jones

Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund

Registered charity in England and Wales (1081009) and in Scotland (SC038109)

Address:

Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
67 Portland Place,
London,
W1B 1AR

Telephone:  0300 102 1919

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.rafbf.org/

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Mr John Wombwell
Veterans Support UK

Thank you for agreeing to raise money for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.

We are grateful for the support which you have agreed to give through making a contribution to the Charity’s Trading company on sales of travel mugs and vacuum flasks, amounting to 30% of the base sale price of the product, in cases where the Fund is selected as the chosen charity by the buyer from a list of charities.

Kind regards,
Yours sincerely
Claire Hall
Head of Partnerships