Framework’s Christmas Appeal 2013
This Christmas, homelessness charity Framework is asking for public support to help make the future brighter for local homeless and vulnerable people. The charity, which has supported more than 9,500 local people over the last year, launches it’s Christmas appeal by showing how as little as £10 can make a long-lasting difference to someone in need.
Chief Executive Andrew Redfern said “Framework does all it can to make local homeless and vulnerable people feel thought of at this time of year. If you are able, please donate just £10 to buy a Christmas gift or meal for one of the people we support. This is a wonderful way to ensure that someone you don’t know feels part of Christmas and everything it means. The impact may well be an enduring one”
Framework is also highlighting the ways in which just £10 could make a long-lasting impact during the festive period and throughout the year to come. It could:
- Provide some of the basic essentials needed when someone with few possessions moves in to a home of their own – because four walls alone is not enough.
- Help a sick or lonely person to keep vital appointments – such as a hospital appointment or even a visit to their estranged family.
- Open the route to volunteering – an important step back to working life.
- Let us answer the emergency calls of two rough sleepers and give immediate help.
This Christmas, give someone a brighter future.
Donate by sending a cheque made out to “Framework” to: Framework, Val Roberts House, 25 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 6NX or by visiting www.frameworkha.org/brighterfutures
If you can, please also consider making your support go further to build futures by donating £10 each month. Contact [email protected] for more information