OK, long-time occasional lurker and first time poster. I help organise a vintage dancehall night, the Swingaroo Dancehall, which is basically about two things: good old fashioned music and cute girls in pretty dresses. We've got a night coming up on 5th November and we decided 'Remember Remember' ought to be about remembering the guys who fought during the era our music came from. So, we persuaded the acts who're appearing that night to do it for expenses and we're a. bunging the whole door take to charity after those expenses and paying the two guys we actually employ and b. putting out donation buckets for our punters. Should be a few hundred quid for charity. Now, we know and like the local Help For Heroes bloke, and he's got a load of banners and buckets and other useful stuff for shaking the loose change out of the punters. However, the one guy I knew well who fought during the period we cover, my granddad, died in 2001 and while my other, surviving grandparents had a lot going on in that period there really isn't any need for charity for the stuff they were doing in that period*. What I'd like is a recommendation or two to follow up as regards charities who're doing good work for the old lads who did what they had to to keep this country fascist-free back when. Recommendations from the older lads on here especially welcome. *variously, serving ale to the thirsty folks of manchester, trying to persuade the recruiters of that locality they weren't in a reserved occupation and being by day a munitions girl and by night a terror to the locally stationed GIs.