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If you decide to buy from ASALI you will help us support the RAF Benevolent Fund through donation. We are thrilled to have the Fund as partners, particularly in its 100th year.

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Mindy Arora with Head of Partnerships, Claire Hall

As part of its efforts to mark this milestone, the charity has launched a nationwide campaign to help even more RAF veterans in need.

Aims of the Charity

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 it. The Fund is committed to getting them through the toughest times, whatever life may send their
way.
From the youngest child to the oldest veteran, the Fund will consider any request for
assistance, however big or small, providing a tailor-made approach to each individual situation.

Join the search!

In its 100th year the Fund has set a target to double the number of people it helps, over the next
three years.
The campaign was launched on 24 June 2019 at RAF Odiham and involved more than a thousand RAF veterans, serving personnel, cadets and supporters of the Fund coming together to create a spectacular ‘human radar’ light show.
The Join the Search. Change a Life campaign encourages the public to get thousands of RAF veterans and their families ‘back on the radar’ and, if they need it, accessing support that is rightfully theirs. If you know an RAF veteran or RAF veteran’s partner in need, please encourage them to seek our support.

How you can help.

If you shop with us you are already helping however we have come up with some ideas that you can implement and share with those around you to help the Fund with this campaign.
  • Take a moment to think about all your neighbours, do you know them all? Are there some who are elderly and alone? Could they have an RAF connection?
  • Share this campaign with your local school to help spread the word.
  • Share their Facebook page with friends and family and ask them to do the same.
  • Share this information on any local community social media groups you are part of.
  • Keep up-to-date with the campaign via social media, Facebook and Twitter
  • If you already know someone who is need call our helpline number on 0300 102 1919.
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