The Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) are continuing their support of Soldiering On Awards for the fourth consecutive year with sponsorship of the ‘Working Together’ award.

The ‘Working Together’ award recognises the commitment and innovative approach to collaboration by an individual, team or organisation within the Armed Forces Community, and will be presented as part of the annual Soldiering On Awards.

FiMT, supported by Soldiering On Awards, is currently evaluating the impact that the Awards have had on winners, nominees and more importantly on the way in which the wider Armed Forces sector collaborates.

Nominations for the 2019 ‘Working Together’ award are now open. Make your nomination via the Soldiering on website

Chief Executive of the Forces in Mind Trust, Ray Lock, said:

“One of Forces in Mind Trust’s objectives is to enhance the effectiveness of the Armed Forces charities sector, in part by improving collaboration across the wide spectrum of people and organizations who support the Armed Forces community. Through our sponsorship of the ‘Working Together’ award we are continuing to innovate and we’re looking to identify and highlight really good examples of collaboration, and so spread the lessons across the sector. I’m already anticipating a great crop of nominations for 2019 following the outstanding 2018 winners, the Cobseo Housing Cluster.”

Managing Director of the Soldiering On Awards, Anne Donoghue, said:

“We are delighted to have the continued support of Forces in Mind Trust. Through this support over the past three years we have been able to shine a light on outstanding results achieved through many examples of collaboration and working together taking place outside of traditional boundaries in support of the Armed Forces community; fantastic examples that the whole sector can learn from.”