Sean Allerton

Charities

The RAF Association
The RAF Association is dedicated to supporting serving and former RAF personnel and their families. Whether it’s an injured airman fighting to get back onto his feet, a young daughter missing her parent away on overseas operations or a WWII veteran needing a shoulder to lean on, we are there to help. Membership of the RAF Association offers a wide range of benefits for all those with an interest in supporting our aims. It is also a membership organisation. With around 70,000 members and 500 branches in the United Kingdom, throughout Europe and further afield, membership offers a wide range of benefits for serving or former RAF personnel and those with an interest in aviation.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund
We are the RAF's leading welfare charity providing practical, financial and emotional support to all members of the RAF family, from childhood through to old age. We help with issues from childcare and relationship difficulties to injury and disability, and from financial hardship and debt to illness and bereavement.
The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust
The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust is the youngest of the Royal Air Force's family of charities and provides financial support to a wide variety of projects and initiatives that benefit RAF serving personnel, young people and RAF veterans. Its aims are to support the Royal Air Force to enhance the environment of serving personnel and their families; and a commitment to young people, to initiate and develop within them an enthusiasm for aviation. It particularly likes to support projects and welfare facilities that will benefit those preparing for, or serving on front-line deployments and their families at RAF stations around the country. The majority of the Charitable Trust's revenue comes from its trading company, the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust Enterprises, who organise the world-famous Royal International Air Tattoo and a prestigious national tour by the bands of the Royal Air Force each year.
Flying Scholarships for Disabled People
Over the past 33 years, FSDP have helped over 400 disabled men and women change their lives, by experiencing the joy of freedom in the air, learning new skills, regaining confidence, and who have “reached for the sky”. Did you know that of all disabled people less than 20% are born with their condition; the majority become disabled during their lives. It really could happen to any of us. Our scholars have a range of disabilities and illnesses including, amputation, paraplegia, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and poliomyelitis. Some are born with their conditions, others have them as the result of an accident or of contracting a disease, or even because they have been a victim of a terrorist bombing. Please help us continue to provide flying scholarships for disabled people by making a donation; believe us, it really does change lives! Thank you
Elizabeth's Legacy Of Hope
Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope provides life-changing support for children who have lost their limbs through war, accidents, and lack of access to medical care. Thousands of young amputees across the world suffer every day, often with very little support, marginalised by society. Through the generosity of our supporters in the UK, Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope provides new limbs, surgery, education, and advocacy for the world's most vulnerable amputees. We believe all child amputees deserve to live a happy and healthy life. Your help can bring us closer to making this happen.


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Push 500 at RAF Honington - 24-Hour Push

Fundraiser: 
Sean Allerton

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/honington-24-2017

RAF HoningtonContinuing the Push 1000 (the 1000-mile phase of Push 500), RAF Honington has kindly agreed to host a 24-hour push to build up the miles towards the end of the 1000 miles (and the end of the first chorus of The Proclaimers' song). Please see the Push 500 website for the current progress.

For the 24-hour push at RAF Honington, there may be other events running concurrently to raise funds for the Push 500 (and Push 1000)-supported charities, so please check back for more details – but whilst you are here please support the charities that Push 500 (and Push 1000) support, by sponsoring/donating here. For all UK tax-payers, please claim Gift Aid on all support you give – it costs you nothing but greatly helps all of the supported charities.

ELoHVee, of ELoH, will be joining in for part of the push, and plans to try do a couple of miles in the time she is there supporting Sean and this 24-hour event. ELoH are keen to support Sean on this challenge, as Sean is one of ELoH’s ambassadors, and the charity is one that this event supports.

If you'd rather sponsor/donate on the standard page for Push 1000, please go here, and to donate on the generic Push 500 page (of which this, and the Push 1000 page, are a part of), please go here (created to introduce Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope as a charity now supported by Push 500).

Recent donors

16.03.17

16.03.17

13.03.17 Best of luck lovely

13.03.17 Good luck Sean..

13.03.17 Good luck and well done.

10.03.17 Per Ardua, Sean. Best of luck

26.02.17 Dear Sean Allerton, forever an inspiration x x x I hope the sun shines for your Honington Push and thank you for helping child amputees too with your support for ELoH. An ambassador for us, and an Ambassador for Courage

23.02.17 See you at the Depot soon, Per Ardua

£100.00

Running total

Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
£116.25
Total donors:
8
Last donor:
Terry White
16.03.17  
Offline fundraising:
£0.00
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