14 Jul 2018
Digital delegates deliver £15,000 boost for city’s homeless
Delegates at a landmark conference in Nottingham have raised more than £15,000 to support local homeless people.
02 May 2018
Homeless people to benefit from digital summit
Homeless and vulnerable people will benefit from a major digital summit in Nottingham.
10 Apr 2018
High Sheriff to support homeless people during his year in office
Helping to tackle homelessness is the charitable mission of Nottinghamshire’s new High Sheriff Nick Ebbs.
26 Feb 2018
Cuts to alcohol and drug services will damage city
Proposed cuts to Nottingham’s drug and alcohol treatment and support services will put at risk the city’s reputation as a national leader in the sector and damage the city.
16 Jan 2018
Public urged to sleep out in Mansfield so others don't have to
Framework is urging people in the Mansfield area to experience a single night of rough sleeping in March – and sleep out so others don’t have to.
01 Jan 2018
Beat the Streets – Nottingham’s newest music festival
The community of Nottingham will come together for Beat The Streets, a new charity festival to be staged on Sunday 28 January 2018.
22 Dec 2017
Nottingham Forest announce partnership to help homeless people
Nottingham Forest has announced a new partnership with Framework to help homeless people in the City.
21 Dec 2017
Bridgford Business Centre gives £10,000 Christmas present
Five gold rings are familiar to many at Christmas but local homelessness charity Framework was surprised this week with a five-figure gift from the Bridgford Business Centre.
03 Nov 2017
Building society gives pedal-powered boost to homelessness fight
Building society staff in Sheffield have provided a pedal-powered boost to a charity working with homeless people – by buying bicycles for the specialist team charged with finding and helping them.
01 Nov 2017
Framework chairty song launched
More than 300 singers and players from across Nottinghamshire and further afield have produced a remarkable charity single in aid of homeless people.