Welcome to the Framework blog, where you will find regular updates of our work, our wonderful supporters and the people we exist to support.
30 Jan 2015
The Big Snore Postponement
This has been a week of contrasts. The week started with the news of a wonderful donor’s desire to leave a significant legacy gift to Framework in aid of local homeless and vulnerable people. The week has finished on a more disappointing note.
13 Jan 2015
Accommodating people in need - the challenges
Building homes for homeless people is not always easy, and proposals can meet with a great deal of opposition. We tackled this issue in our latest annual report document, and reproduce our article in this blog.
19 Dec 2014
Framework on film - 2014
What’s the best thing about working for Framework? Seeing the positive changes in the people we support. The answer really couldn’t be simpler. These videos help to explain why.
16 Dec 2014
Carols and smiles as young people deliver jars of hope to councillors
Christmas shoppers in Matlock were entertained by homeless young carol singers yesterday – as they delivered a timely reminder to Derbyshire County Council about the possible consequences of proposed funding cuts.
09 Dec 2014
Making Work Work - Impact Briefing 2014
If you attended Framework’s third annual Impact Briefing last week we hope you went away with a greatly expanded idea of what we do to help vulnerable people into work – how we do it and why.
21 Nov 2014
VIDEO - how we helped Lynn closer to employment
On Tuesday, December 2 we’ll be hosting our annual Impact Briefing at The Albert Hall, Nottingham, focussing on our efforts to help people into employment. This video explains how we helped Lynn to find work.
14 Nov 2014
Changing lives through employment
On December 2nd Framework will be hosting its third annual Impact Briefing, which will this year focus on how we help people into employment. This blog highlights how this work really does change lives.
10 Nov 2014
What does home mean to you?
Home can be a comforting refuge in times of upset, A base to build a family and somewhere to share fun and good times. What would happen to you if you didn’t have your home? How would that make you feel?
06 Nov 2014
My prize winning structure at Framework’s Big Sleep Out 2013
keith Turney, The winner of Framework's Big Sleep Out 2013 Box Factor competition tells us about his experience of sleeping out so other's dont have to.
03 Oct 2014
VIDEO - mental health and homelessness
Pam Abbott is the manager of Framework’s Hughendon Lodge, an accommodation complex in Nottingham for people with severe mental health difficulties – people who may well be homeless without our support. In this video she speaks about her work.