A night at Sobar

by Victoria Harrison
02 Jan 2017

In December Framework launched a Christmas Challenge - a fundraising campaign to help and keep people off the streets by funding intensive and personalised one-to-one support. The launch evening was a festive affair to mark the start of the challenge and to thank some of our most dedicated supporters for their dedication over the year. You can see the night captured below in pictures.

The evening was sponsored by The Nottingham Building Society. Our challenge was to raise £25,000 to fund this resettlement work in Nottingham for the next year.

We are delighted to announce that with the help of a select group of dedicated supporters and the extremely generous gifts of £2,500 from Actons Solicitors and £500 from local stationer's Geoff Ball that we have now raised a total of £30,000. The exceeded target means that resettlement work can go on for more than the 12 months that we originally hoped to fund. It means over this time our resettlement worker John can continue helping 60+ people move from the street to a home and receive the guidance needed to retain their independence.  

Huge thanks from all at Framework to every person who made the choice to support our Challenge.

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Michael Leng, Framework Operations Directorsobar3

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We were entertained by the wonderful Emma Bladon Jones.Sobar2

John Freer is Framework's resettlement worker, providing bespoke support for former rough sleepers. sobar5

IMG 8645Paul was helped by John (our resettlement worker) and shared his story with everyone at the event.sobar6

Our sponsor for the evening - representatives of The Nottingham Building Society including speaker David Marlow, Chief Executive. sobar7

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Our host for a great evening, James, Manager at Sobar. sobar10

Special thanks to:

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Geoff Ball & Co. Ltd

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