As Britain enters the deepest recession since economic records began, Framework Housing Association are aware that this could result in uncertain futures for thousands of people in the UK, with many facing the threat of losing their jobs and potentially, their homes.
Framework continued to help Nottingham’s homeless community and people rough sleeping throughout the pandemic – unfortunately, pressing pause on their vital work is not an option, especially when those they help need access to services 24-hours a day. However, like with so many industries, Framework saw their income decrease, but with rough sleeping already on the rise, the demand for their services has never been higher.
The Homeless to Home appeal aims to end homelessness by tackling rough sleeping. It’s focus is on Framework’s role in supporting those on their journey from ‘homeless to home,’ and at the route of it all, changing and saving lives. Their work is based around three principals: prevention, support and resettlement.