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Your Donation

The Society would like to express it’s gratitude to anyone making a donation, as we are most grateful to receive any form
of a donation, however great or small. As a totally self funding group of volunteers, dedicated to the remembrance of
fallen airmen, providing free support to friends and loved ones of the fallen, your donation will be of great assistance
in supporting the many varied remembrance activities undertaken by the society, these range from the general research
required for information requested and for remembrance page construction, to major activities such as aircraft crash site
location and recovery, as well as for the support and construction of new aircrew memorials. Thank you for your support.

You can donate to us by using the secure PayPal online donation facility. Just click the image below.
No PayPal account is required.

Some of you may prefer not to donate on-line and wish to donate by cheque. Please make any cheques payable to our Chairman
David King, and please send to the address shown on the Contact page.

Donations do not have to be in the form of money - they could be offered from a wide range of subjects or support, research
material, books, aviation items for use in displays, or any form of sponsorship that would assist us in our many varied
activities, that you or your company feel you could provide in support of our aims.
Please Email us, if you wish to make any such donation, or use our Contact form.

We really do appreciate any of your help you can provide to assist us in the continuation of our work.













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The British Library is preserving this site for the future in the UK Web Archive at www.webarchive.org.uk All Aircrew Remembered on our Remembrance pages, are therefor not just remembered here, but also subsequently remembered and recorded as part of our nation’s history
and heritage at The British Library.