Nottingham Forest are delighted to announce that local charity Framework will be the club’s official charity partner for the 2018-19 season.
The pioneering partnership will see support given to local people affected by homelessness, poverty, ill-health and social exclusion within the city.
The Nottingham-based charity helps people to live stable, independent and fulfilled lives and joins forces with the club to raise awareness and much-needed funds to support people in need.
Michael Leng, Operations Director at Framework, said: "We are absolutely delighted that the new owners of Nottingham Forest have decided to make Framework their official charity partner for the 2018-19 season.
"Framework exists to help people in need – people affected by homelessness and long-term unemployment, drug and alcohol dependencies and mental ill-health. This initiative recognises the vital role that Nottingham Forest plays in the local community and the unique opportunity it has to lead from the front in tackling serious social issues.
"This pioneering initiative is a great credit to the club's owner Mr Marinakis, and is something of which the supporters, I'm sure, will be proud. We look forward to working with the whole Nottingham Forest family in the months ahead."
Look out for Framework on matchdays around The City Ground and please donate to help make a difference to the lives of the people that need your support.
For more information about the charity, please click here.