When the United Kingdom's beloved centenarian, Captain Tom Moore passed away of Covid-19 on February 2, 2021, it was clear that his act of helping others has sparked that quality in so many others. One such person is Imogen Papworth-Heidel, an 11-year-old soccer player who dreams of playing for England one day. When she watched Capt. Tom walk up and down his garden with his walker to raise money for the National Health Service, she found herself moved to take action herself. Through "keepy uppies" -- the act of kicking the soccer ball into the air and passing it from one foot to the other without letting it touch the ground -- Imogen raised 15,000 pounds ($20,500) for key workers ranging from hospital personnel to train operators during the coronavirus lockdown. She decided to complete 7.1 million passes of the ball -- one for each key worker in the UK. Capt Tom Moore's legacy continues to inspire all walks to life to do whatever small things they can to help others -- for "the young it's never too soon to start, and the old... it's never too late," writes The Associated Press.

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