Nottingham Forest announce partnership to help homeless people

22 Dec 2017
by Neil Skinner

Nottingham Forest has announced a new partnership with Framework to help homeless people in the City.

The announcement of the partnership comes after first-team players Ben Osborn and Danny Fox paid a visit to a temporary hostel in Sneinton yesterday provide clothing and help serve food to people staying there.


Nottingham Forest Chairman, Nicholas Randall Q.C, said this is just the start of a series of plans to work alongside Framework and tackle the issue of homelessness in the City. 

“We want to make a difference and create an alliance with Framework to help those in need,” he said. “Through the Nottingham Forest Community Trust we are looking to formulate a series of schemes that will not only provide assistance and help to those sleeping rough but to also build on the prevention projects already created by Framework.

We would also like to thank the City Council who have been instrumental in forging the partnership.”

 Framework Chief Executive Andrew Redfern said: 

“Nottingham Forest is a legendary football Club with a massive and loyal supporter base, particularly in the Nottingham area.  Framework is a charity that exists to help people in need of support in those same communities.

“The development of a partnership with Framework is a significant statement of intent by the Club’s new owners to make a difference in those communities.  We are proud and delighted that they have chosen Framework to help them achieve their goals and very much look forward to developing a close working relationship to address pressing social problems starting in the New Year. 

“Today’s generous gifts to the people we support are greatly appreciated and are a further indication of how the Club wishes to be involved.”

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