Patrick Regan OBE


Patrick Regan OBE is the founder and CEO of Kintsugi Hope, a charity which aims to create safe and supportive spaces for those suffering from emotional and mental health challenges. After Patrick and his family went through a series of personal trials and ill health, Patrick decided to step down from his previous role as CEO at XLP, another charity supporting young people, to create Kintsugi Hope.

Patrick has travelled to over thirty countries working with, and on behalf, of the poorest communities and is a regular contributor on radio and TV shows where he discusses important issues like poverty and justice. He received the Mayor of London Peace Award in 2010 for his valuable contribution towards peace and justice and was also awarded an OBE from her Majesty the Queen for services to young people.

Patrick is a passionate communicator and equally at home on the main stage at major UK political party conferences, engaging in robust debates in the media, connecting with business and community leaders, speaking to inmates in a maximum security prison or gang leaders in Jamaica.

He is the author of five books. His two books published by Monarch Books are: No Ceiling to Hope and When Faith Gets Shaken.



Patrick Regan chats with TBN UK about his bestselling book, When Faith Gets Shaken, and his powerful TBN UK series. Read more here.
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