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From Episode 2 — Sharing our Stories!

Ride to Combat Alcohol and Drub Abuse

Will Be Riding on Saturday, September 9, 2023 To Combat Drug, & Alcohol Abuse 

Meeting 9 A.M.  At  Battered But Not Broken Office located at  564 York Road, Chester, SC 29706 


The Ride will start at Battered But Not Broken and end back at office. There will be a $25.00 Registration Fee, and the first 25 riders to sign up will receive a Battered But Not Broken T-Shirt. 

A Free Meal will be provided after the ride. Also, there will be a 50/50 raffle done to benefit the organization. 

For Further Information Please Contact  Sharon Simmons at (803) 288-8041 or  Domeek at (803) 524-6167 

Thank You Lutz Foundation!

Battered But Not Broken sends sincere thanks to The Lutz Foundation for making the wishes of another home to be “birthed.” Because of their generous donation, BBNB will soon have a “Phase II” to its already successful housing program.  Battered But Not Broken (BBNB) houses women who have been previously incarcerated, homeless female veterans, and those without a safe warm place to stay.  This Phase II home is located on Center Street in Chester and is one of four housing units to assist groups of women served by BBNB.  Because this house was a challenge at the beginning, keep your eyes peeled as the “House of Ruth” becomes a beautiful butterfly.  Two women from the House of Magdalene will be considered as they prepare for living independently in the House of Ruth.

Miriam’s House in Lancaster makes the News!

 Thanks to Emily Pollock and the Lancaster News for publishing a nice story about our Volunteer Work Day.

Here is an excerpt:

“…Miriam’s House is named after Miriam, the sister of Moses.
According to Williams, Miriam’s House will mirror what the nonprofit already does at the House of Magdalene, but will cater specifically to the needs of Lancaster County.
“Every community has different needs,” Williams said, noting the current opioid problem in the county.
Miriam’s House, which will be able to provide shelter to six women at a time for up to 18 months, will partner with various agencies to get women the help they need in terms of healthcare, counseling and job training.”

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