MORE NEWS FROM THE BFF

NEWS FROM 2008 - National campaigns and national recognition marked 2008 as a pivotal year for The British Forces Foundation as it steamed towards its 10th anniversary celebrations. Work with British Airways, British comedians and British pop sensations were just some of the highlights. Click for full story

NEWS FROM 2007 - This was the year that The British Forces Foundation grew from a small organisation to a medium-sized charity – as endorsed by the BAE Systems Rellationship Charity Award. It marked the start of hospital visits and the BFF's 'Lap of Honour' campaign, along with numerous shows. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2006 - It was the busiest year ever in The British Forces Foundation's history. James Blunt joined the Charity's illustrious list of big name stars when he made a poignant return to Kosovo, along with Founder Jim Davidson OBE and new Trustee Katherine Jenkins. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2005 - Iraq, Northern Ireland and Sierra Leone were just some of the highlights of The British Forces Foundation's work in a very busy 2005. The year included a President's Dinner with Baroness Thatcher and a Christmas to remember with Opera sensation Katherine Jenkins. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2004 - Troops both at home and abroad enjoyed morale-boosting shows by The British Forces Foundation. Events included a tour with Myleene Klass for British Marines in Norway and a welcome home party for the Chesire Regiment returning from operations in Iraq. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2003 - The British Forces Foundation - with stars like Emma Bunton - was in full action throughout the year working for our troops and their families around the world in countries like Germany, Gibraltar, Kuwait and Iraq, as well as closer to home at bases in the UK. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2002 - It was a memorable year for The British Forces Foundation - with the undoubted highlight a spectacular launch of the charity's Patron's Appeal at the Prince of Wales' Highgrove home. The BFF also made a 16,000 mile round trip to entertain troops in the Falklands. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2001 - Catch up on the work of the British Forces Foundation from 2001. From successful fundraising events to show-stopping performances with the likes of Status Quo (pictured), the charity had a very busy and exciting year to build upon its growing popularity and success. Click for full story
NEWS FROM 2000 - What was the British Forces Foundation up to in the year 2000? The answer is - plenty. Both on the fundraising side and shows, with the likes of Martine McCutcheon (pictured) and Atomic Kitten, the charity had a very fulfilling and rewarding start to the new millennium. Click for full story