The RAF Benevolent Fund have a comprehensive explaining their services. The 40 page guide has an introduction to the RAF Benevolent Fund and sections on Who we help, Services for serving personnel, veterans and their families, Support we cannot provide, Additional schemes for serving RAF personnel, Application process for financial assistance and Grants for organisations and RAF stations.
This Father’s Day 12-year-old Megan Neve shares with us why she thinks her dad and RAF Benevolent Fund Ambassador, Matt Neve is a real-life hero.
I had always dreamed of going skiing and it took until I was 52 to turn that into a reality. Growing up as a child in a tower block in London, the closest I got to skiing was watching “Ski Sunday” on our black and white TV. So, when the Squadron organized a skiing expedition to Austria, I jumped at the chance to go.
Reporting to the Hotel Manager, our Care Assistants at Rothbury House, in Rothbury near Morpeth, provide support and assistance to guests, ensuring that the highest possible standards are met in terms of service delivery; paying particular attention to the policies and procedures set by the Royal Air Forces Association (in line with the Care Quality Commission regulation) which provide for a happy, safe, secure and beneficial respite break for guests.
Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) is part of DCYP and are a small team who provide information and advice to service parents on a wide range of issues regarding the education of service children. This includes schools admissions, SEND provision, Continuity of Education Allowance and boarding schools, overseas education. This leaflet has useful contacts, what CEAS can help with and top tips.