Will you help us make a difference?

Volunteering for the RAF Association is a great way of developing your skills and meeting new people, at the same time as supporting members of the RAF community in your local area who need your help.

Train with the high flyers.

Our welfare courses are nationally recognised and are either certified through Investing in your Future or accredited on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RFQ); the same body that approves GCSEs and NVQs.

Volunteers supporting the Association will benefit from:

  • Making a real difference to the lives of people in their community
  • The opportunity to learn new skills and develop their existing ones
  • Full training and ongoing support, in a variety of roles
  • Instant access to our guides and resources for volunteers
  • A sense of pride know you have helped someone from the RAF community

How can I help?

Caseworker:

This role can involve anything from helping a recently disabled client submit an application for home alterations, to giving an isolated individual information about RAF Association’s Connections for Life service.

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Connections for Life volunteer:

Right now, there are members of the RAF community who are lonely and isolated. As a Connections Volunteer, you could change that. It’s a great way to use your skills, give something back and feel rewarded by the positive impact you have made.

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