Workplace Wellbeing Award


Award Sponsor

Vote for your favourite nominee by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and following the instructions.

PLEASE NOTE: votes do not determine the final winners but help create awareness of the nominee’s shortlisting.

A word from the sponsor:
JMG Systems appreciate the value people bring to our business. We create a working environment that supports the wellbeing of our team and our hope is that we can inspire other businesses to do the same.”

Care for Cancer

Established 31 years ago, Care for Cancer is a self-funded charity based in Omagh with one full-time employee and more than 60 volunteers. They provide information, advice and practical support to individuals and their families who have been touched by cancer.

People helped by this local charity say they couldn’t have made the cancer journey without them. They have supported many families in a wide variety of different ways. Care for Cancer also organises social trips twice a year for clients and carers.

Cavanagh Kelly

One of the North’s leading accountancy and business advisory practices, Cavanagh Kelly set up its Omagh branch in 2012. They believe they are much more than just an accountancy practice.

The firm has introduced a range of initiatives to improve the health and wellbeing of its staff, such as a fruit club, cycle to work scheme and a step challenge. Employee wellbeing is an area of significant importance for the company. These initiatives enable staff to identify potential health risks and take action before they become serious.


Established in 2017 by Gary Wallace, who has more than 17 years’ experience of coaching children from four-years-old to youth international level, CORE NI encourages as many people as possible to become more active, have fun and ultimately develop life-changing habits to improve health and well-being.

Gary has consistently highlighted the importance of speaking out about mental health. He organises workshops for better mental health, with speakers who talk about their own journey to wellbeing. For Gary, it is all about giving people the opportunity to talk openly.

HOW TO VOTE: Select the relevant tick box below and click vote. By supporting your favourite nominee you are creating additional awareness of their nomination and highlighting their success.

Closing date Public view for the online vote closes at 4.30pm on Monday 23rd September 2019 and the final deadline is 4.30pm, Wednesday 25th September 2019.

PLEASE NOTE: votes do not determine the final winners but help create awareness of the nominee’s shortlisting.

If you would like to attend the Omagh Business Awards 2019 contact Bronagh Gormley at Omagh Chamber of Commerce on 028 8224 9494/077 3438 9484 or email

Terms: One vote per IP address; Deadlines as detailed, for more information contact