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Overcame depression and family troubles to set up an inspirational football programme for girls, helping them deal with issues such as low self-esteem, bullying and body image

 

After finding herself homeless at the age of 11, Georgia Hardie has turned her life around, built a successful career and helped inspire others through charity work.

 

Sleeping next to overflowing bins behind an inner city hostel, Jay Kamiraz thought his life was over, at just 17.

 

Crying alone in a prison cell seven years ago after being jailed for smuggling drugs, Gina Moffatt thought she had thrown her whole life away.

 

Sharing a prison cell with a heroin addict going cold turkey was the final straw that made Nathan James abandon his criminal past.

 

Drugs worker Chris Saunders is a beacon of hope to the countless young people whose lives he's helped rebuild - and given how far he has travelled himself, his success is even more remarkable.

 

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