RAF Families Federation


Throughout the UK

Who we are

Your RAF Families Federation – Your Voice The RAF Families Federation provides all RAF personnel, veterans and their families – Regular and Reserve, single or married – with timely and professional support, assistance and an independent voice regarding issues or concerns that they may have.

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We work to improve quality of life for the RAF family around the world – at work or at home.  This could include resolving problems with access to education or healthcare, for children and young people; sorting out problems with accommodation, benefits, and visas; helping military spouses find meaningful employment. Additionally we support you in addressing issues that can arise when you live in one place, such as access to bases, repeated separations as a family, and finding the right help and advice.

The team can provide practical support and advice, as well as lobbying for change with politicians, the Chain of Command and policy makers in the British Government and across Scotland, Wales and NI.

We work hard with a multitude of other organisations and agencies – from the NHS to the big banks – to ensure that you and your family are treated fairly and that you do not face disadvantage because of the unique nature of service life.

The Association is supported by the RAF Benevolent Fund in the delivery of the contract.

We also have our own quarterly magazine, ‘Envoy’, a weekly online e-bulletin and various social media forums and groups that you can register with for free.

We have closed Facebook Groups that can offer support: - RAF Families and we are on Twitter.

Things will get better if we speak with one voice.

Contact Details

Contact name: You are able to contact us through our Website. If you would like to speak to someone in person please ring

Email address: enquiries@raf-ff.org.uk

Phone number: 01708 781650 (Mon - Fri 10am - 3pm)

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Throughout the UK

Published: 09 August 2019