In the bustling streets of London, amidst the cheers of spectators and the rhythmic thud of running shoes hitting the pavement, there’s a story of determination, compassion, and community unfolding. Meet Alexandra Reichl, who has taken on the monumental challenge of running the 2024 London Marathon not just for personal accomplishment, but to support a cause close to her heart: Swanley Therapy Centre.
Swanley Therapy Centre serves as a lifeline for many individuals battling various health challenges. Our main therapy is Oxygen Therapy, however, keeping this therapy accessible and affordable is no small feat. That’s where Alexandra steps in.
Driven by a desire to make a difference, Alexandra has dedicated herself to raising funds for the Swanley Therapy Centre. By taking on the gruelling 26.2-mile journey of the London Marathon, she aims not only to test her physical limits but also to rally support and resources for those who rely on the services provided by the Centre.
“Your support will not only help me keep going on the day,” says Alexandra. “But will also contribute directly to the work of the Swanley Therapy Centre.”
Training for a marathon is no easy feat. It demands discipline, perseverance, and unwavering commitment. But for Alexandra, every step she takes in training is a step towards taking on this challenge.
As Alexandra laces up her running shoes on the morning of April 21st, she carries with her the support of Swanley Therapy Centre. With each stride, she embodies the spirit of resilience and solidarity, reminding us all of the power of community.
But Alexandra’s journey doesn’t end at the finish line. Long after the cheers have faded and the blisters have healed, her impact will continue to resonate. The funds she raises will enable our Centre to continue providing Oxygen Therapy at a subsidised rate.
As we witness Alexandra’s journey unfold, let us cheer her on, every step of the way. You too can be a part of Alexandra’s journey by sponsoring her at this link. Your support will not only help Alexandra reach her fundraising goal but will also help those who rely on our Centre.