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Sara put herself through this to raise money for the RAF Benevolent Fund. She raised £120.00 which will be match funded by the Foundation.

The RAF Benevolent Fund supports RAF personnel and their family whether they

are still serving or have left the RAF.

They can provide immediate financial assistance if someone

in the RAF is injured, needs counselling, welfare breaks (provide breaks for RAF personnel and their families who are maybe looking after someone injured) or childcare support (helping serving parents with children).

Sara Jenkinson, GTM Hull, celebrating after taking part in a 10K obstacle mud run in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund and raised £120. Sara received match funding from The Foundation.
Sara Jenkinson, GTM Hull, celebrating after taking part in a 10K obstacle mud run in aid of the RAF Benevolent Fund.