All Events

Army Benevolent Fund Motorcycle Ride 2024 – Triumph

We are delighted to announce that we will once again be hosting our ABF Motorcycle Ride on Sunday 1st September 2024.

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September 1, 2024
Hinckley

Nairn Dunbar Charity Golf Day 2024

Join us for a fun charity golf day on the stunning Moray Firth coast and support the army family.

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September 5, 2024
nairn

The Great North Run 2024

Take part in the world’s favourite half marathon to support ABF.

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September 8, 2024
Newcastle Upon Tyne

Frontline Walk: Pyrenees

Can you escape France? How far did people go to win back their freedom? Join The Frontline Walk: Pyrenees Escape Route to find out.

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September 9, 2024 - September 15, 2024
Nationwide

Born Survivor Lancashire

Born Survivor is the toughest mud run of its kind. Every year, hundreds of fundraisers battle against 30+ obstacles, as they take on one of two 10km courses designed by Royal Marines

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September 14, 2024
LANCASHIRE

Race The Runway

This September, Race the Runway in support of The Army Benevolent Fund.

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September 14, 2024
Nationwide

Dorset Charity Golf Day

Calling all golfers. You are invited to join us at beautiful Rushmore Golf Club set in the historic Rushmore Park.

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September 20, 2024
Salisbury

Bruntsfield Links Charity Golf Day 2024

Join us for an amazing day of golf in the prestigious setting of one of the world’s oldest courses in support of the Army family.

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September 26, 2024
Edinburgh

The Frontline Walk

Retrace the steps of World War I and II soldiers whilst supporting the army family of today.

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October 2, 2024 - October 13, 2024
Nationwide
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“I’ve had the pleasure of participating in the Cateran Yomp over the last 4 Years and can honestly say, hand on heart it is without doubt one of the best Charity events I have ever had the pleasure of attending. It is always meticulously planned and executed with military precision. The ABF Staff are outstanding with their dedication & enthusiasm which is infectious; no matter what time of day or night you meet these guys at the various check points along the route, they always greet you with a smile & a hearty ‘Well Done’. Keep doing what you’re doing lads ‘n’ lasses of the ABF, you’re quite simply the best!”

Andy Maylett 2022 Yomp Participant

“The reason I run was to support the ABF . I was very fortunate in my service I didn’t have to access any support mechanism such as the ABF.

I have always been keen to support charities like the ABF . I have always striven to support and help in any way I can.

So as long as I am upright and breathing I will support the ABF”.

Sam, 2021 Great North Runner

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