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Online car parts broker has today reaffirmed its pledge to support underprivileged young people through its connection with Teen Challenge UK., one of the leading online resources for low-cost car parts, will continue to donate a massive 65% of its profits to Teen Charity UK, which helps young people to combat life controlling problems ranging from drug and alcohol addiction through to gang violence and homelessness.

The charity, founded in Brooklyn, New York back in 1958 by the Reverend David Wilkerson, has today grown to reach vulnerable young people in over 80 countries around the world.

Operating outreach buses in the London boroughs of Hackney, Ealing, Whitechapel and Brixton, Teen Challenge UK provides food and clothing to the homeless as well as the opportunity to join the hugely successful nationwide residential programme.

Lasting for a period of 12 months, those enrolled on the residential programme are taken off the streets and given the support that they need to become free from their addiction.

The success rate is one of the best in the world for a scheme of this kind, with over 80% of people who complete the Teen Challenge programme being free 5 years later.

The charity’s success has not gone unnoticed, with high-profile endorsements coming from various quarters, including US President George W. Bush.

One of the success stories of the Teen Challenge UK is founder Matthew Bott, who himself was reformed after seeking the help of the charity back in 2003.

Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Bott said: “ counts it a real privilege to contribute a majority of profits to the life saving work of Teen Challenge. With such growing needs facing the World today, I trust this partnership will become an ever growing resource.”

To find out more about, who specialise in providing low-cost car parts nationwide, visit For more information on Teen Challenge in the UK, visit or for information on Teen Challenge worldwide, visit

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