The Second World War veteran will turn 100 on April 30 and started walking home in Bedfordshire to help raise money for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Initially his goal was £ 1,000, but now the 99-year-old has raised more than £ 20 million and has become the biggest fundraiser in Just Giving history.
His story has been told around the world with more than 900,000 people donating to his walk and many petitions asking for his knight.
How to send a birthday card to Captain Tom Moore
Captain Tom Moore celebrates his 100th birthday on April 30.
If you want to send her a birthday card, the address is:
Captain Tom Moore
C / O Post Office Limited
67 Bedford Road
Messages of support for his walk were also sent to him, notably by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Lewis Hamilton and Ant and Dec.
If you want to send a message to Captain Tom, you can find him on Twitter at @captaintommoore.
How to Donate to Captain Tom Moore
Although he completed his 100th length on Thursday, Captain Tom said he would continue to walk as long as people continued to donate.
If you want to donate money to her cause, you can do so on her Just Giving page.
The money raised goes to NHS Charities Together which represents, supports and defends various NHS charities.
It will be devoted to wellness packs and recovery rooms for NHS staff, as well as to electronic devices that will allow hospital patients to stay in touch with their families.
Earlier this week, Captain Tom told NHS staff, “You all get into something that puts you in danger and you do it for everyone.” You do a wonderful, wonderful job. “
After finishing his 100th long, Captain Tom said, “It may take time, but at the end of the day, everything will be fine again.
“The sun will shine on you again and the clouds will leave. “
Tom Moore was born in Keighley, West Yorkshire, April 30, 1920. After training as a civil engineer, he was drafted into the military during World War II, serving in India, Burma and in Indonesia.
After hearing of the calls for his knight, he said standing before the queen would be “the greatest honor anyone can receive.”