11 Jun 2014
Jail and bailers raise thousands for homeless and vulnerable people
Six notable Nottinghamshire sinners raised thousands of pounds for Framework when they were arrested, hauled into a Victorian era court room, tried, jailed and (eventually) bailed.
06 Jun 2014
Campaign launched to protect homeless and excluded young people
A campaign called Their Future – Your Choice is being launched to urge Derbyshire County Council to consider its moral responsibilities before “abandoning the County’s most vulnerable young people to a life of transient homelessness and social exclusion
22 May 2014
Framework thanks supporters for response to Food Crisis Appeal
Framework has thanked its supporters for their “fantastic response” to a recent campaign to alleviate food poverty.
20 May 2014
Framework "Best in Show"
Framework staff brave the weather at the Nottinghamshire show to take first prize for best non-selling trade stall
19 May 2014
Airport staff dig deep to help homeless young women and their babies
Young mums and their children have been helped by staff at East Midlands Airport to look good, to learn, and to have fun.
07 May 2014
Services launched to prevent homelessness
Framework has formally launched three new services to prevent homelessness in Nottingham.
25 Apr 2014
Poor health of homeless people highlighted by report
More needs to be done to address the health needs of homeless people across Nottinghamshire, two expert organisations have warned.
02 Apr 2014
In House with Nottingham Playhouse
The Nottingham Playhouse played host to a life-enhancing production this week, as 15 vulnerable people channelled years of challenge and experience into a unique performance.
24 Mar 2014
Bikers, bakers and convicts mark three years of fundraising
Bikers, bakers, painters and decorators, ‘Olympic heroes’, and even an escaped convict gathered in Nottingham last week to mark the end of three extraordinary years of support for homeless and vulnerable people.
21 Mar 2014
Cold and wind-swept rough sleepers helped to raise more than £20,000
They may have been wet, wind-swept and cold, but the brave participants at this year’s Mansfield Big Snore still managed to raise an astonishing £20,000 to support local rough sleepers.