Training to ease RAF Stations’ childcare shortage

Partners of serving personnel at six RAF stations in the south east of England can take advantage of free training to become childminders, thanks to a grant secured by the RAF Association… More information

RAF charity seeks cyclists to raise funds with ride through Rutland

A national military charity is recruiting cyclists for a fundraising challenge across Rutland during National Bike Week, to help support RAF veterans and serving personnel… More information

Paramotor pilots to fly over 40 RAF stations for charity

Flight Lieutenant Giles Fowler, the UK’s highest flying paramotor pilot, and Paul Mockford, son of the Chairman of the Aylesbury and Halton Branch of the RAF Association Branch, will be taking to the skies in April, once weather conditions become ideal… More information

Job vacancy Research Support Officer

We are looking for a Research Support Officer (RSO) to contribute to the development and implementation of the Association Research Strategy and support the coordination of research and evaluation processes to ensure that the Association is delivering appropriate welfare services that meet the needs of the RAF family… More information

Understanding how to support personnel caring for a person affected by dementia

The RAF Association is looking for personnel who care for someone living with Dementia… More information

Caring for a person affected by dementia whilst serving?

Working together to understand how to support Royal Air Forces personnel in their unique situation, of caring for a person affected by dementia… More information

Job vacancy RAF Association – Welfare Projects Officer

We are looking for a Welfare Projects Officer (WPO) to play a key role within the RAF Association’s Welfare Team, working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to manage, administer and develop welfare services and projects to meet the welfare needs of the Associations beneficiaries… More information

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