Welcome to the Framework blog, where you will find regular updates of our work, our wonderful supporters and the people we exist to support.
21 Apr 2017
A thank you to the Nottingham Post
When people go above and beyond to help you it is important to say a proper thank you. That’s why, in my role as Framework Chairman, I was delighted to present staff at the Nottingham Post with commemorative plaques
17 Mar 2017
AFTAs 2016 - Celebrating our workforce
On 15th December 2016 we celebrated our fifth annual awards night to recognise the fantastic achievements of our staff and volunteers.
07 Dec 2016
Lincolnshire Co-op provides fundraising boost
The Lincolnshire Co-op is has announced a major programme of support for charities working with homeless people – of which Framework will be a significant beneficiary.
25 Nov 2016
It’s a special feeling when the people we have helped over the years get back in touch to tell us how they are getting on. Charlotte's story was featured in our recent Supporters, Newsletter.
10 Oct 2016
'We all have mental health - let's talk about it'
Wellness in Mind promotes early intervention in common mental health issues. As Nottingham Mental Health Awareness Weeks gets underway, service manager Anna Hazel stresses the need for us all to think about our mental health.
09 Aug 2016
Families at increased risk of homelessness as prevention services cut
New research by Shelter suggests that 40% of people in the East Midlands are now one month away from homelessness. This is especially concerning at a time when our ability to help is so strained.
15 Jun 2016
My rainbow-sprinkled experience
Having as much experience of running as an arctic fox has of the Costa-Del-Sol, I was curious and encouraged by my not-so-svelte physique to try and get into jogging. Running to me was a concept.
20 May 2016
Wellness in Mind – early intervention for mental health
Getting the right help at the right time for mental health issues can be challenging and daunting. That's why we have set up Wellness in Mind, a new service to connect Nottingham to better mental health.
17 May 2016
A true Mansfield Hero
Mary White has an extraordinary story. Her relationship with homelessness starts as a 27 year old woman with two very young children in Mansfield in 1966. Now at 77, Mary has collected her boldest memories from rock bottom to homelessness crusader.
12 May 2016
My Transatlantic homelessness exchange
Two weeks ago I arrived from the US to take part in an international exchange programme in the UK. I have been working with the Framework Street Outreach team in Nottingham to learn more about their work.