Former victim of domestic violence who set up Always B. U, an ethical clothing brand dedicated to raising awareness of domestic violence.
Overcame a life of crime and homelessness to help steer thousands of young people away from gangs and violence
After the deaths of three friends, the former gang member turned his life around to help and inspire others
Survivor of horrific domestic violence who helps and inspires thousands of other victims through social media and unique salon sessions
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.
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