Welcome to the Framework blog, where you will find regular updates of our work, our wonderful supporters and the people we exist to support.
17 Jan 2019
How you can help people Rough Sleeping this winter.
By Devon Lee
10 Dec 2018
Helping people Off The Streets in Nottinghamshire
We spoke to our County Outreach Service manager about the complications of homelessness outside of the city centre and what it's like to help people who are sleeping rough.
04 Dec 2018
Let’s Tackle Homelessness
Homelessness has a cost to us all. It shatters the lives of individuals and families and places huge costs on the rest of society. Framework’s Operations Director Michael Leng, explains why more must be done to prevent it.
23 Nov 2018
Sleeping Out for the Seventh Year!
Laura and her family are sleeping out for the seventh year in a row. Here's why she thinks The Big Sleep Out is so important.
22 Nov 2018
High Sheriff reflects on fundraising sleep out for homeless people
High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire Nick Ebbs reflects on why he is taking part in Framework's Big Sleep Out in aid of homeless people.
05 Nov 2018
Sleeping Out in Memory of my Son
Elaine is taking part in The Big Sleep Out in memory of her son Steven.
31 Oct 2018
'What homelessness means to us'
Chief Executive Officer David Marlow reflects on a seven year partnership and what homelessness means to The Nottingham - the sponsors of our Big Sleep Out event.
25 Oct 2018
Why I'm taking part in The Big Sleep Out
Mortgage Underwriter Laura Boam works for Nottingham Building Society - long-term supporter of our work. Here she explains why she is taking part in a sponsored sleep out to help homeless people.
10 Oct 2018
Sleeping Out to Say Thank You
Carol's son Richard has been helped by Framework over the years. Now she's sleeping out to raise money to help rough sleepers and give something back.
14 Aug 2018
Government's £100m strategy to end homelessness - too little, too late
Yesterday the government unveiled its £100m strategy to tackle rough sleeping on England's streets, and to bring an end to the problem by 2027. Extra money is welcome and will be put to good use, but it seems too little and too late.