99-year-old Tom Moore walks 100 laps in garden to raise $19 million for NHS

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Tom Moore

Srinagar, April 18: Inspiring the people of United Kingdom, Captain Tom Moore, 99, walked 100 laps in his garden to raise $19 million for National Health Service (NHS).

Moore, who will be celebrating his 100th birthday in a couple of weeks time, set a perfect example of how passion could pip any hurdle.

The World War hero was highly hailed across the world for this heartwarming gesture.

With Coronavirus having taken over the world, all the nations are finding themselves in middle of nowhere. Like most of the countries, England too is facing huge problems due to Covid-19.


However, Moore’s gesture somehow proved to be a healing touch as people caught the much-needed motivation by the seeing the old-man walking for people’s well-being.