Mental Wealth&Grace For All
Who Are We?
Wealth&Grace is an exciting new company with a mission to disrupt the existing mental health space by focusing on the importance of Mental Wealth.

Mental Health Problems cost the UK Economy £118 billion annually according to the London School of Economics.

Treating mental ill health is a high liability cost, especially to UK businesses that spend £35 billion each year treating what is often a preventable illness.

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Wealth & Grace was created out of a need. The need of wanting to help people of all ages, backgrounds and income brackets achieve a better level of mental, physical and financial fitness and stability in their lives. We are particularly keen to highlight the importance of how incentivisation can help good routine and implement change.
How We Do This?

Wealth&Grace is working with platforms and organisations to bring about attitude and policy change in the mental health sector.

We do this by encouraging people to participate in our mental-fitness-campaign projects and educational courses.

Many of our projects are based on an 'engage-to-earn' model. It's an effective model to promote wellbeing, as it offers an engaging input-reward system.

By carrying out simple tasks, people can improve their mental, physical and financial wellbeing and enrich themselves in the process.

Core Concept

We're categorising these fun projects into three main concepts:

  • Mental Fitness
  • Physical Fitness
  • Financial Fitness
1. Mental Fitness

We devise mental health courses, 'tools' and activities to improve people's overall mental wellbeing, increasing daily productivity and positivity.

2. Physical Fitness

We encourage physical fitness activities and projects that energise and incentivise because physical fitness is one of the ways to improve mental well-being.

3. Financial Fitness

We are passionate about supporting sustainable goals and we are particularly focused on passive income opportunities.

Why is it Important?

Mental health disorders have been identified by the WHO as the leading cause of disability worldwide:

1 in 4 people have a mental health problem each year in England.
1 in 6 people report experiencing a common mental health problem each week in England.
1 in 5 people have suicidal thoughts.
1 in 14 people self harm.
1 in 15 people attempt suicide.
1 in 8 adults with a mental health problem are getting any kind of treatment.
1 in 6 school children struggle with mental health.
Men are three times more likely to take their own life than women.
Women are more likely to have suicidal thoughts and attempts than men. Suicide is the leading cause of death for men under 50.
Our team is dedicated to helping members of our community succeed in their goals, whatever they may be. So why not give us a try?