28 Oct 2013
Mayor raises money with staff soup kitchen
Staff at Gedling Borough Council joined their Mayor in the kitchen to raise money for homeless and vulnerable people.
22 Oct 2013
Specsavers staff paint room for residents
Staff at a Nottingham-based company left their usual office surroundings behind as they gave a much-needed lick of paint to an accommodation complex for homeless people.
12 Oct 2013
Sellers of legal highs urged to examine their consciences
Businesses selling so-called “legal highs” to vulnerable young people should examine their consciences and think about the harm they are doing.
11 Oct 2013
Plans to cut benefits to under 25s could lead to an increase in homele
Plans to slash benefits for people under 25 could have a disastrous effect on vulnerable young people, Framework has warned.
08 Oct 2013
The Nottingham to match-fund donations on World Homeless Day
Members of the public who wish to support vulnerable people on World Homeless Day (this coming Thursday) will be giving a welcome helping-hand by leading regional building society, The Nottingham.
16 Sep 2013
Building society staff complete relay ride for Framework
More than 30 building society staff took to the highways and byways of the East Midlands as they completed a gruelling 240 mile relay ride in aid of homeless and vulnerable people.
13 Sep 2013
Construction company helps children learn about homelessness
A leading construction company and a local charity have joined forces to educate future generations about the issue of homelessness.
11 Sep 2013
Women’s Institute members sleep rough for charity
More than a dozen members of the Women’s Institute showed their support for homeless people – by sleeping rough in a Nottinghamshire field.
29 Aug 2013
Walkers take on charity route to promote access to nature
Dozens of participants will take part in a sponsored walk in support of a life-changing scheme to engage homeless and vulnerable people with the natural world around them.
23 Aug 2013
Teenagers skip holidays to help homeless people
Teenagers from across the Nottingham area have taken time out of their precious summer holidays to help homeless people in their communities and to learn more about their lives.