Dimobi Children Disability Trust, during the course of our mission to provide person-centred non-judgmental empathetic support services and help to children/young people in needs and living with disabilities and their families facing difficulties, our selfless multicultural works aimed at best practice in empowering the vulnerable, marginalised, and socially excluded has been recognised and thus; has earned us awards and nominations on several occasions for our outstanding voluntary works within our cherished communities.




Every day, millions of people across the United Kingdom are making a difference by volunteering to offer vital support service to those less privilaged or strugling within our local communities. Each year outstanding examples of these works, individuals and organisations are celebrated through the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS). Created in 2002 for the Queen's Golden Jubilee, QAVS awards have been shining a light on the fantastic work of voluntary groups for years. Equivalent to an MBE, QAVS are the highest awards given to local voluntary groups in the UK, and they are awarded for life. this year 2022, we are honoured to be awarded such a prestigious prize.







Charities, role models and community heroes will be honoured at the 2021 & 2019 ceremony showcasing their outstanding devotion to enhancing equality, diversity, and inclusion: thus, embracing the excellence of all our citizens irrespective of race, faith, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, and culture. The concept for the National Diversity Awards arose when The Diversity Group identified an urgent need for more positive role models to be actively promoted, with the aim to empower and inspire the wide breadth of diverse communities across the UK. It was nice to have a chat with KATE PRICE.








The Manchester Be Proud Award is the city’s own celebration of the extraordinary volunteers and unsung local champions who making a real difference in the lives of people within local our communities and helping to make Greater Manchester a great place to live, work and thrive.

Having not been held since 2019, due to the COVID-19, the 2022 awards gave us an opportunity to give our unsung heroes the recognition they so deserve for their selfless devotion and services to our local communities and the good people of Greater Manchester.

Recently, more than ever, so many people in our city have stepped up to make a difference to their communities and to keep residents safe and connected in the most difficult and unprecedented circumstances.

At Dimobi Children Disability Trust, we were nominated and came second while our founder/trustee Sherita Mandongwe won the Volunteer of the Year category. What a very proud moment for both our organization and founder.






During the COVID-19 crisis, the Manchester voluntary and charity sector, the local authorities, the communities, and social enterprise sector all responded magnificently to ensure people stayed connected and supported in what was one of the most difficult and challenging times in recent history.

The Spirit of Manchester Awards is a celebration of the voluntary and community action in Manchester organised by Macc as the support organisation for the 3000+ groups in the city. So, it works in a way which is shaped by Macc's values: being supportive, being collaborative and being influential.







In 2021 the Malawi Heritage Awards UK after seeing our commitment and contribution towards community resilience that was demonstrated in the community during COVID -19 pandemic, awarded us the Malawi Heritage Awards in recognition for our grassroot people-oriented support services.

This was one of the ways of appreciating the tremendous contribution that the local people and organisations like ours made to the communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.