The Captain Sir Tom Moore Foundation will hold a “global celebration” this spring for his 101st birthday.
The fundraising hero, who raised over £ 30 million for NHS charities during the initial coronavirus lockdown, died on February 2 at the age of 100.
A thank you message from Hannah. pic.twitter.com/Y9heO3OvM0
– Captain Tom Moore (@captaintommoore) March 2, 2021
What did Captain Sir Tom Moore’s daughter say?
Captain Sir Tom’s daughter Hannah Ingram-Moore went on Twitter today (Tuesday February 2) to reveal details of the celebration.
She said, “So many of you have asked what should be done to commemorate the life and spirit of my father, Captain Tom, and we had some amazing suggestions.
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“The Captain Tom Foundation will celebrate his life on his 101st birthday.
“We will make sure it is an event everyone – in the UK and around the world – can participate in and it will show his generosity of spirit, the hope and joy he has brought millions and his sense of purpose Really having fun. “
She added, “Colin, Benjie, Georgia and I enjoyed the most amazing life journey spanning generations with my father and never could have predicted how the last year of his life could inspire so many others.
“The messages you left in the Book of Condolences are truly wonderful, and it is deeply moving to read how he has helped others during this time.
I am so glad we had the opportunity to share his message of hope with the world.
“I am so glad we had the opportunity to share his message of hope with the world.
“In the past few months he has spoken a lot about how proud he was to leave the growing legacy of his foundation.”
She asked readers to save the date, April 30th, for the celebrations.
A funeral with military honors
Over the weekend, thousands tuned in to watch Sir Tom’s funeral.
The war hero was buried in Bedfordshire with a close family.
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Six members of the Yorkshire regiment carried his coffin, fittingly an honor guard.
Captain Sir Tom also received a flight paste from a WWII airplane.
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