LAST Sunday, people all over the world remembered Servicemen who lost their lives on D-Day and during the Second World War.
But now that the 60th anniversary of the Normandy landings has passed, a charity is urging people to remember the needs of the veterans who survived the war.
The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association Help is a national charity which helps serving and former members of the armed forces and their relatives.
Ralph Wardle, acting secretary for the West Yorkshire branch, said: "Sixty years ago thousands of men risked their lives in Normandy.
"Now, many of them and their families need help.
Volunteers do not have to have a Services background.
They perform tasks, such as helping with accounts, administration, public relations, fundraising, training and IT.
There are trained volunteer caseworkers, who help with issues such as health, disability, debt and welfare. There is also a befriending service.
Cash help, home adaptations, care homes, respite holidays and housing advice are on offer.
Would-be volunteers should phone Mr Wardle on 0113 244 9254. Anyone who needs help should phone 020 7403 8783.