Alex Horton’s “100k in May” for Free to Run
We are proud to tell you that Alex Horton, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner & First Contact Practitioner Supervisor & Team Lead at the White House Clinic is running 100km in May to raise funds and awareness for this worthy cause, Free to Run.
Free to Run is a non-profit organisation dedicated to empowering women and girls in areas affected by conflict. By providing access to sports and physical activities, Free to Run fosters resilience, confidence, and leadership skills among participants, helping them to overcome the challenges they face and build a brighter future.
Motivated by a passion for promoting the well-being of others, Alex has decided to take action and contribute to this transformative cause. With an extensive background in physiotherapy and a strong belief in the power of movement, Alex recognises the profound impact that physical activity can have on individuals and communities.
To support Alex’s endeavour and make a donation towards Free to Run, please click here to view the dedicated fundraising page. Every contribution, no matter the size, will directly contribute to providing opportunities for women and girls to participate in sports, fostering resilience, and empowering them to achieve their full potential.
As you can see in the image, Alex is wearing an Ossur Knee Brace to help her achieve her goal. You can click here to learn more about these braces.
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