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Temple Spa partners with Centrepoint to end youth homelessness

Published: 14-Oct-2016

Premium spa products brand will donate proceeds from the sale of its Repose anti-ageing cream to charity

Temple Spa, a luxury spa products brand founded in England, is putting its support behind charity Centrepoint throughout October.

The charity works to end youth homelessness in the UK by giving young people a safe place to stay and offering guidance and workshops to help them rebuild their lives after they move on and enter employment.

To raise money for the charity, Temple Spa is donating £4 for each piece of its Repose anti-ageing cream sold. It is also offering a 2-for-1 deal on the product throughout October. In 2015, Temple Spa also supported the charity and raised £61,581.

Liz Warom, Temple Spa Co-Founder and Managing Director, said: "It is such an honour and privilege for us to partner with the wonderful organisation that is Centrepoint.

"It makes us very excited to see the natural partnership that’s forming between Centrepoint and Temple Spa. We are loving how we are able to give back and help the lives of these special people and their futures."

In the UK, 83,000 young people face homelessness every year. Centrepoint supports more than 9,000 homeless 16-25 year olds every year by helping them into a home in London, Bradford and Sunderland.

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