Maintaining relationships is vital for all members of our RAF community.
With many more people now experiencing acute loneliness and isolation, we created a permanent RAF Association Connections for Life service. Since its launch, we have made more than 30,000 friendship calls, supporting over 2,000 people on a weekly basis.
Whether it’s a veteran struggling to adapt to life after service, or a family member facing difficulties alone, our RAF Association Connections for Life volunteers are there to provide ongoing friendship.
“RAFA Connections for Life really does mean that. For me, it’s two people that have become friends. I was so pleased. It restored my faith in human nature.” – Gerry, Connections for Life beneficiary
Click below to read more about how Connections for Life has made a difference to the RAF community.