People all over the world are doing their bit to help key workers during these confusing times, but one army veteran has vowed to embark on one more act of service for his country, all before his one-hundredth birthday!
He never thought his actions would have such an impact. Keep scrolling to find out what this ninety-nine year old is doing to help...
In our hour of need...
And when it comes to medical pandemics?
And more often than not...
We can get so wrapped up in ourselves, that we forget how much we rely on these people...
They themselves put their own health at stake.
Thank you -- To our doctors. To our nurses. To ALL our healthcare workers out there. You’re on the front lin… https://t.co/0CARot6Nzv— Gavin Newsom (@Gavin Newsom)1584631297.0
And of course, this is no different when it comes to the current outbreak.
I wanted to take a minute to send a special thank you to everybody working on the front lines to battle the COVID-1… https://t.co/oXpAiL9I6q— danawhite (@danawhite)1584637661.0
In fact, things have gotten so bad that retired healthcare professionals are being asked to return.BBC.
But of course, there is still so much good in the world.
I found two boxes on my doorstep this morning. Thank you whoever you are. This independent doctor is forever gratef… https://t.co/LZqUrdMzMM— Niran Al-Agba, MD (@Niran Al-Agba, MD)1584474545.0
People have also been coming up with other ways to show their gratitude.
This just brought tears to my eyes. People on this street clapping at 7:30 tonight to show their thanks to frontl… https://t.co/0CZmkZ08wS— Cynthia Mulligan (@Cynthia Mulligan)1584661022.0
Celebrities, athletes, and civilians have all been lending a helping hand.Whether it's donating money and supplies, or just spreading a positive message on social media, everyone is coming together to do their bit.
And one army veteran has embarked on one more mission to serve his country.
via: justgivingMr. Moore from Yorkshire, UK, was posted to India during WW2, and later fought on the Arakan.
Despite already risking his life to serve his country, Moore still has plenty more to give.
via: justgivingEven if it takes him a little bit longer to do it now.
The ninety-nine-year-old hasn't lost his spirit.
via: justgivingAfter attending Grammar School, Moore later completed an apprenticeship as a Civil Engineer... Which is no mean feat.
His life took a whole new path when the second world war broke out.
via: justgivingHe went on to being enlisted in the British army at the beginning of the war, and in 1940 was selected for officer training.
More recently, Captain Tom Moore has been using his time to support Britain's key workers.
via: justgivingMoore - with help from the more tech-savvy members of his family - has set up a fundraiser for all the doctors and nurses risking their lives during this crisis.
It just goes to show, every little helps.
via: YoutubeHis goal is to walk one-hundred laps of his garden before he turns one-hundred at the end of this month.
Originally, his plan was to raise 500,000 pounds.
🙌 Over ONE MILLION POUNDS for the #NHS 👏 @captaintommoore has done it! Well done Captain Tom from @mrdanwalker,… https://t.co/manApiNvj9— Richard Frediani (@Richard Frediani)1586852417.0
Captain Moore was beyond words when he found out.
WOW WOW WOW 1.5 million pounds for our amazing NHS I am blown away by the Great British public and their generos… https://t.co/XSj9pBFF6I— Captain Tom Moore (@Captain Tom Moore)1586862878.0