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DMWS are proud to have won awards in recognition of our professional service. Making a difference to the people we support is a reward in itself.
DMWS Welfare Officer Ashley Winter along with Mike Davey from The Veteran Support Centre, Herefordshire, have been acknowledge for their outstanding work helping isolated veterans during the pandemic at The Armed Forces Community Lockdown Awards In Partnership With Hugh James and Pathfinder Magazine...
Jess liston, regional manager south talks to George Medlake, BFBS Radio about how in a “year like no other” DMWS has evolved allowing the organisation to be proactive and continue to support those in need. And how the recent work has been recognised by winning Charity of the Year at the...
30th April, 2021: Defence Medical Welfare Service (DMWS) have been awarded Charity of the Year at the South West Business and Community Awards. The award recognises the work delivered by DMWS in the South of England supporting the armed forces, veterans, police officers, The Merchant Navy and their...
DMWS has teams working in hospitals and the community in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Cyprus. The pandemic made 2020 challenging and the most difficult of years with all members of staff in the organisation reacting and adjusting routine working practices to continue to deliver our vital...
We are pleased to announce that Defence Medical Welfare Service have been shortlisted for The Charity of The Year at the South West Business and Community Awards. This is a huge achievement with over 1,000 nominations and 83 entries within this category. The award nomination recognises the work de...
DMWS Welfare Officer Ashley Winter is a finalist for the ‘Role model of the year’ at The English Veterans Awards. He is dedicated and passionate about helping the Armed Forces Community in Herefordshire and has helped many people by improving their ability to live independently, reducing...
Demmie, one of our great Welfare Officers, has been awarded the Commander BFC Commendation for unwavering commitment and professionalism.
The Defence Medical Welfare Service (DMWS) Welfare Officer Nathan Cumberland wins the Inspiration Award in the 2019 Soldiering On Awards. This prestigious military awards recognises the outstanding achievements of service personnel, both individuals and groups that support the armed forces commu...
DMWS are delighted to announce that the charity has been awarded runner-up in the Partnership Working to Improve the Experience category. The DMWS South Project was recognised for its work in a special awards event, sharing their inspiration and experience with fellow nominees.
NUHonours Awards are one of the ways Nottingham University Hospital say thank you and recognises the exceptional contribution and hard work of staff who make up Team NUH.
Prince Edward and the Defence Secretary, the Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP presented special awards to organisations that support the armed forces and their families by offering training, work placements and employment.
Alongside 50 other organisations, DMWS was honoured to receive notification of our Gold Award 2018 President of the South East Reserve Forces & Cadets.
DMWS has been awarded this years Soldiering on Award in the International Award category recognising the Charity's support to the Armed Forces community in the UK and abroad.
We are delighted to receive the High Sheriff of Hampshire Award for the professional welfare support we have provided to Hampshire Constabulary.
DMWS is delighted to announce that the charity has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2018 Soldiering On Awards in two categories, and The Charity Film Awards.
Mark Perryman, Training Manager for DMWS, was announced winner of Mental Health First Aid England special recognition award 'Most Supportive MHFA Friend' at the 2017 MHFA Award Ceremony in Birmingham.
DMWS has been re-awarded the MoD Employer Recognition Scheme Silver Award for our exceptional support to the Armed Forces community. Being recognised for our work is a real honour.
THOSE she has helped have faced combat and have often paid the price with horrific injuries and mental health problems.
DMWS Chief Executive Nicky Murdoch attends the Women In Defence shortlisted nominee event
We are thrilled to announce that DMWS have been awarded the Sovereigns Medal of Merit from The Order of St John. The award is given in recognition of the significant contribution that DMWS have made to the provision of humanitarian support over the last 72 years.
Three members of DMWS staff attended a prestigious ceremony in London yesterday to receive the Order of John for their service.
Lt General Gordon Messenger has received a top honour in The Queens Birthday Honours List.
On THE 13th November 2014, DMWS, along with seventeen other key businesses based in the South of England, was invited by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) to Blenheim Palace to receive a Silver Award in recognition of their outstanding support to the UKs Armed Forces, Regular and Reserve.
DMWS were extremely proud to be invited to a reception at Buckingham Palace last night hosted by the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Military and Civilian Health Awards 2013 DMWS were proud to win a Military & Civilian Health Partnership award under the category Healthcare for/by Deployed Forces at the annual Military & Civilian Health Partnership Awards held in Cardiff on the 21st May 2013. DMWS was judged the best in th...