MCG Award Blessings

  Be Strong were blessed to receive 2 accolades at the Manchester Gospel Awards at Chorlton last night. This was the 3rd annual Manchester MCG Awards which are made to recognise the contribution of some of the great people making a positive impact in our local communities. The scope of the MCG Awards spans 9…

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New Beginnings

Aaron Jackson Aaron Jackson proudly displaying his Emergency First Aid Certificate of Competency that he achieved through Be Strong. Aaron has been at Mark II bathroom & kitchen distributors since the beginning of December 2011 and is now on nights working towards his NVQ in Warehouse and Distribution. Thank you Mark II for your kind…

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Be Strong Baptisms – April 2013

John Hornby John came to Be Strong homeless and moved into the Be Strong House. He started attending church and see his mum again. His relationship with his girlfriend improved and is now living with her in their own apartment. What’s more, John now works as a security guard all over the Northwest! Kelly Farlow…

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The Big Screen Event

Be Strong are holding their first Exclusive Event to raise funds for The Be Strong Workshop – a project to repair white goods and recycle them at low cost to a needy community whilst at the same time providing an opportunity of paid employment for vulnerable people in the community. We have the work lined…

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Gary & Tony Do Time For Be Strong!

  Gary Sheader and Tony “Zico” Kelly kindly gave up their Saturday night to stay in a prison cell overnight at HMP Trafford to raise money for the Be Strong Social Enterprise ~ White Goods Recycling & Refurbishment Training Centre. Tools and equipment are needed for the new venture. Much thanks go to Gary &…

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High Sheriff’s Thank You Dinner

Darren represented Be Strong at a dinner hosted by the High Sheriff of Greater Manchester ~ George Almond. Also in attendance was kind Be Strong supporter James Timpson. The evening was a brilliant success. George Almond shared with attendees his journey to becoming High Sheriff and how he had carefully selected 20 projects from the…

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Reebok Football Friendly

A mixture of pastors, police officers local businessmen and ex-offenders battled it out on the pitch when they took on BWFC Men’s Health team in a friendly football match at the Reebok stadium. Reformed offenders from Bolton charity Be Strong, were given a helping hand by ex-BWFC legend Tony Kelly. The charity is supported by…

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