We have nothing but praise for the people on Friday on the death march in Bornem, has begun. One of them was Tim Ost, also known as Tom, from The Buurtpolitie. Tim is doing the 100 miles, not just like that, he walked away, along with Benny Cattoor, for the non profit GLEK. “Give life a chance” is a non-profit organisation children in the school have equal opportunities to receive. The non profit will want to make a difference for children who are temporarily in a foster home, or a begeleidingshuis to stay. Tim Ost, which has been active for a while, in the non-profit association, and he is the ambassador of the organization. Family, and actress, Marianne Devriese is a lot of yards, the non-profit association. Along with a board member, He started out to Tim, Friday night at the death march with the purpose to complete 100 km of walking and to raise money. At the start, did, Tim, and Mark as 3,100 euros was collected, and there is still. “We still have one sponsorship per kilometre travelled,” laughs Tim. The track was the duo’s quite a bit of support, Tim is, of course, recognized it, and took some time out for a photo. Saturdayevening at 20.45 hours, leaving the duo to the finish line, tired but very satisfied with the finish. “The most important of all is that we raised money and we have a lot of children to have a pleasant experience.” “A trip to felt vulnerable, we have 270 of the young people are happy to be able to make it. The smiling faces of the children is much more important than the pain of that feeling right now. Hopefully, this is a way for the non profit, more attention, more donations, collect more children, the best day of their life”, says a supergelukkige Tim Ost. For more information about the organization and what they do can be found at www.glek.be .