Brits step up to do the “100 Challenge” in honour of the late Cpt. Sir Tom Moore

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    It’s been 3 months since the loss of Captain Sir Tom Moore to COVID-19.

    The renowned British military veteran inspired millions across the United Kingdom, when he raised millions to fight the virus with his 100th birthday challenge.

    Now, days after what would have been his 101st birthday, people across the United Kingdom are doing their part to honor his efforts through the “100 challenge.”

    From eating Maltesers to climbing walls, Crystal Goomansingh looks at how Brits are stepping up for charity.

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