Supporters of Framework will gather at Southwell Minster on Saturday, at 10.30am, for its spring service. We are delighted to support the work of Framework in Nottingham and beyond.
The service offers the chance to hear from people who have been supported by the charity.
This year, the speakers will include Lisa Terry who was the star of the recent BBC One documentary A Place called Home: Homes For The Homeless — Nottingham.
Newark-based Claire Eden, Framework’s head of fundraising and communications, said: “The service will focus on the work that Framework is doing literally to build better futures for rough sleepers.
“Our Building Better Futures campaign is helping to provide 200 units of accommodation across Nottinghamshire and further afield, and offering the support to give people the skills and confidence to maintain their tenancies and rebuild their lives.
“Since launching the campaign in April 2021 Framework has provided 44 one bed flats with 41 more planned this year and in the same period our generous supporters have raised more than £600,000 towards the £3m total we hope to reach by 2026 to contribute to the cost of the 200 one bed flats.
Anyone is welcome at the service.
Seats can be reserved and more information obtained at www.frameworkha.org/springservice