Read more about the awards that we have won over the past 10 years as a veteran's charity.
- In 2020, WWTW's mental health programme, won a Mental Health and Wellbeing Award
- In June 2020, WWTW was shortlisted for a Charity Times Award
- In October 2020, WWTW's Manchester hub won The High Sheriff Special
Recognition Award for our role in supporting during the Covid-19 pandemic
- In 2021
- WWTW OP-REGEN volunteers were shortlisted for an English Veterans Award
- OP-REGEN won a Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
- In 2018, WWTW was named as an 'IPS Centre of Excellence for Veterans' by the Centre for Mental Health, becoming the first veteran IPS service in the UK to be given this status. This was achieved in partnership with the Midlands and East Veterans Service
- In January 2019, WWTW won the Soldiering On Award for Education, Training and Development
May 2019, the Step into Health programme, led by NHS Employers, won its first ever award at the prestigious British Ex-Forces in Business Awards, taking home Ex-Forces Initiative of the Year.
In 2016, we opened our first regional hub in Manchester on Canada Street with the help of DIY SOS. Walking With The Wounded’s hub on the street was built as a result of the project to support those vulnerable and hard to reach ex-servicemen and women in the region and beyond who have struggled most since leaving the Armed Forces. Some of them have been homeless, some have been in police custody and many have mental health difficulties. For many ex-servicemen and women, employment is a key factor in regaining their independence.Since it's opening, the hub has won a plethora of awards including:
- Winner: National and West of England, Royal Television Society Best Popular Factual and Features series
- Winner: UK Housing Awards - Outstanding Local Authority (MCC)
- Winner: Local Authority Building Awards NW (LABC) Best inclusive building
- Winner: RICS NW Regeneration; Highly Commended: North West Regional Construction Awards - Integration and Collaborative Working category
In 2011, Walking With The Wounded embarked on its first unsupported expedition to the North Pole with wounded veterans. On 16th April 2011, our team, including 4 wounded soldiers, successfully arrived at the North Pole. They covered the greatest distance of any polar expedition that season, man-hauling their sledges, containing all of their equipment and supplies, over 200 miles.