The Trust undertakes a variety of roles to advance the Alexander Technique in terms of awareness, education, publishing and research.
The Trust funds a range of events, publications, projects and research to promote the Alexander Technique. It has now become custodian of the David Reed Media collection, an extensive archive of Alexander-related videos and audio files, which are available free here. Also to enable the Trust to host their videos, Michael Fredericks and the Alexander Technique Congress Association (ATCA), have passed on their copyright to the Trust. All Congress videos will be available here in due course.
We hope to add further videos to benefit everyone and encourage the Alexander community to donate suitable material to our collection. Of course any cash donations to support the work of the Trust are welcome.
The Trust’s activities are dependent on your funding and so we ask you to help us continue our work in a variety of ways
You can click below to donate using your Paypal account or credit card. UK residents can boost their donation using Gift Aid – see the box below.
Giving regularly means we have reliable income we can count on. You can pay a regular amount to us via Paypal. UK residents can boost their donation using Gift Aid – see the box below.
Leaving a legacy
You may like to consider supporting the Alexander Trust by leaving a legacy in your will.
Legacies are a vital source of income for the Trust. Legacy pledges help us with our long-term plans, knowing that funds may become available. Whether the legacy is large or small it will make a real and lasting difference to the work of the Trust.
Add a link on your website
Please consider donating a link to us on your website – here are some resources for your links.
Write a Facebook post about us
Social media is a great way to help others find out about the trust website.
Why not write a post about one of the videos hosted on the site?
A Global Outlook
The Trust was started in the UK and is still based in London however the Trust’s vision is international, past projects supported by the Trust, for instance books and videos have been made available internationally. Donations made to the Trust for the large part benefit the international Alexander Technique community and we are grateful for the donations we receive from our friends around the world.