Swanley Therapy Centre exists to provide affordable therapies to our members. To enable us to do this we rely heavily on fundraising events and personal contributions. Without this financial and practical help our Centre would not survive.
Our remarkable supporters make a significant difference to our Centre. If you have an idea and wish to organise a fundraiser—whether it’s an event, physical challenge, or anything else—please let us know!
We use Enthuse to provide a secure means for donating online. Clicking here allows you to contribute either a single donation or set up recurring donations on a monthly or yearly basis.
You can also explore our current fundraising events and contribute to our incredible fundraisers on our main Enthuse page.
Use EasyFundraising while you shop, and participating brands will make donations to us, all at no additional cost to you. Click here to register.
We’ve curated a specialized Amazon wishlist containing essential items needed at the Centre. By clicking the link provided, you can explore the list and contribute towards fulfilling these necessities. You can access our Wishlist HERE.
We would be pleased to accept a cheque sent to the Centre at the address below. Please make cheques payable to Swanley Therapy Centre.
Swanley Therapy Centre
Unit 8, Park Road Industrial Estate
Our volunteers are the lifeblood of our Centre. Without them we simply would not be able to function.
We are always looking for dedicated volunteers who are able to offer their time on a regular basis. If you would be interested in volunteering feel free to pop in the Centre during our opening times to have a look around. Alternatively you can email us at or phone at 01322 663042.
Our most urgent need at the Centre is for people who can help to run the oxygen therapy sessions. You will be trained at your own pace and operating the chamber is relatively easy and doesn’t require a lot of physical strength. You will be shown how to help members into the chamber and to adjust their oxygen masks, how to pressurise the chamber at a safe rate, how to observe that everything is running smoothly during the session and then how to depressurise the chamber afterwards.
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