Manchester act of kindness becomes viral sensation

One of the newest restaurants to open up in the city centre has decided to do its bit to help tackle homelessness.

What started out as a humble Facebook post by Bosu Body Bar has since become a rallying call for others to take action. It has already been shared over one thousand times across Facebook and Twitter.
 

Like many people, Bosu Body Bar on Cross Street believes that “no one should feel cold and lonely this winter, no one should feel hungry.”

They hope that other people will follow their lead:

“If you would like to join us on our Mission, here's a simple way you can.

“Fill a small bag with some comforts, maybe a hat, a scarf, a pair of old socks or a jumper you no longer need. Drop it off to us at either of our stores in Manchester or Didsbury and we will fill it with Bosu food.

"We will donate all the bags to local charities across Manchester who can help distribute them throughout the night.”

Bosu Body Bar’s presence in the city centre offers healthy takes on burgers and burritos, packed with protein and a big contribution to your five-a-day.

Stuart Goulden

Lead Consultant