The Royal Air Force Association has put together their top Christmas gifts

Early last year, I wrote about the RAF museum‘s campaign to get more people to visit them using public transport and that the museum should be on any parent’s list of museums to take their kids to in London. Well, I only just remembered that I didn’t follow up that post with another post about how much fun we had at the museum when I took my little human there last year. After touring the museum, we found that they had an onsite shop where you can buy a range of RAF themed memorabilia. I just found out that The Royal Air Force Association has put together their top Christmas gifts, all of which help towards supporting the RAF family with every purchase.


The Royal Air Force Association top Christmas gifts

 The Royal Air Force Association has put together their top Christmas gifts  The Royal Air Force Association has put together their top Christmas gifts

About The Royal Air Force Association

RAFA, the Royal Air Forces Association (or RAF Association), is a membership organisation and registered charity that provides welfare support to the RAF Family.

The RAF Family includes all serving and ex-serving personnel and their dependents. To be eligible for welfare support, for both themselves and those who depend upon them, service personnel need to have served a minimum of one day in the RAF.

The Association exists in the recognition that RAF personnel and their immediate families dedicate their lives to their country, and to ensure that such a sacrifice does not result in suffering, poverty or loneliness.

Whether it’s an injured airman fighting to get back on his feet, a young child missing their parent away on overseas operations, or a World War II veteran needing a shoulder to lean on, we are here to help all generations of RAF Service personnel and their families.

The Royal Air Forces Association is committed to providing confidential, professional and fair services to members of the wider RAF family from the youngest recruit to the oldest veteran and their families. Ongoing training and support for welfare volunteers and staff ensure services are consistent and of the highest possible standard. All will be treated with dignity and respect at all times.

When someone in the RAF family needs help, the charity they turn to is the Royal Air Forces Association. Whatever their need, they can rely on us every step of the way to give practical assistance, expert advice and emotional support. Throughout life’s challenges, we are there for them, in person and on the phone, like a good friend should be.

The RAF Association is a registered Charity 226686 (England & Wales) – SC037673 (Scotland)


Please support The Royal Air Force Association

I believe that the work The Royal Air Force Association does is very important and that is why I urge you to please support them if you are able to. To find out more about the work the RAF Association does or to find out about other ways you can support them, please visit their website by clicking here.

If you are not able to visit the onsite shop at the museum, you can also make purchases from their online shop. You can find a range of diecast models and toys and stationary to name a few.

Should you need any help, you can call them on their freephone UK number 0800 018 2361

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