Kintsugi Hope has seen 5,000 people go through their well-being groups all over the UK. The groups are run by 390 Churches and Organisations, and 1400 Group Leaders, in settings such as Homeless Hostels, coffee shops, schools, universities and churches.

The stories that Kintsugi Hope hears back of lives that have been saved, changed, and restored are so inspiring.

They strongly believe there has never been such an important time as a global community to be supporting people’s mental health.

Iranian women being killed for seeking freedom, children being shot in Thailand, war continuing in Europe, nurses threatening strike action, bills going up –  the world doesn’t feel very certain, safe, or healthy right now.

It can be very difficult to live in a world that feels this way, 66% of therapists say that cost of living concerns is causing a decline in people’s mental health.

Kintsugi Hope is taking their message of safe and supportive spaces on the tour all over the UK. The tour, titled “Bouncing Forwards” aims to equip people to deal with life’s challenges with practical support, live inspirational music, and community.

Jess Cooper, Communication Manager at Kintsugi Hope comments; “For millions of people, just living is costing them everything. We are encouraging people to prioritise their mental health, community, and honesty at this difficult time, so none of us feels alone when we are struggling.”

Find out more about the Bouncing Forwards Tour events at

Steve Legg

Steve is a British speaker, author and founder of The Breakout Trust, a Christian mission organisation based in Littlehampton on the south coast of England. Since 1988 he has travelled the length and breadth of the UK and 30 countries overseas, covering a staggering 1.5 million miles on the road, using a crazy mix of comedy, trickery and mystery to communicate the Christian message to young and old. He has performed at top venues globally including NIA Birmingham, Wembley Arena and London’s Royal Albert Hall. Radio and TV appearances are in the hundreds. His passion is creative communication of the Christian faith through performances, books, DVD’s and other resources. The author of 17 books, these days when he’s not on the road, much of his time is spent on the groundbreaking men’s Christian lifestyle magazine, Sorted.

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