Building Better Futures and Ending Homelessness
Framework’s Building Better Futures appeal is transforming the lives of rough sleepers.
In 2021, our wonderful supporters raised £605,000 towards a target of £3,000,000 by 2026. You can find out more about the fantastic progress we made in year one of our appeal here.
At the same time, Framework’s Housing First Support Workers are helping people to develop the skills and confidence they need to maintain their own tenancies and rebuild their lives.
After a series of traumatic events, including the death of his new-born son, Michael found himself homeless and using substances. Leza, his Support Worker, has helped him to find supported accommodation and access to mental health services.
Please help us reach our donation target by donating here.
With your help we can continue to build a better future for rough sleepers.
Since launching our Building Better Futures appeal in April 2021, we’ve already provided 44 units of dedicated single occupancy accommodation, with 41 further units planned in 2022.
Transforming Lives and Supporting People
The combination of guaranteed housing and intensive tenancy support, tailored to the individual, is transforming the lives of people like Sarah. Read Sarah’s story here.
Our Support Workers are providing people with the help they need to get back on their feet. Find out more from our Housing First Support Planner Will Montgomery.
Homes for the homeless, a documentary made by the BBC, shows the work of our Housing First service whose purpose is to get rough sleepers into their own flats and surround them with intensive support. To watch the full episode of Homes for the Homeless on BBC iPlayer click here.
With your donation, we’ll buy a brick!
You can support our Building Better Future’s Appeal by buying bricks to help build one of the 200 homes we are developing.
Please put your money where our mission is and help us to provide homes for homeless people. The cost of one brick is just £28.75 but you can buy as many as you like.
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Read a recent article in The Guardian – Rebuilding Shattered Lives