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The Brendan Ingle Foundation was set up in 2011 to address the needs of the socially excluded and those at risk of becoming socially marginalised by pursing the following objectives.
  • Promoting social inclusion
  • Realising the needs of the socially excluded
  • Helping the socially excluded reintegrate into society through sport, mentoring and education. 
Brendan spent his adult life making bad kids good and good kids into better kids so society would be better for everyone. The Brendan Ingle Foundation helps socially excluded young people reintegrate into society through sport, mentoring and education.

Brendan Ingle, MBE, boxing trainer, was born on June 19, 1940. He died after a brain haemorrhage on May 25, 2018, aged 77. 

Through his Foundation we want to continue Brendan's work, which weaves together the discipline and skill of boxing with art, music and dance. We call it the 'The Ingle Way.' It has helped thousands of kids grow and become socially responsible adults, who in turn have done their bit to give back to society. 

"Smile and the world smile's with you." Brendan Ingle

Thank you for supporting his work.


Charity No: 1145853

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