At Frame Architecture, we believe our commitment to community goes beyond our contributions to the built environment. As a firm, we recognize the responsibility we have to contribute to the well-being of the communities we design for.
One of the core principles that guide our work is a deep respect for the communities we engage with. We strive to create designs that not only meet the functional and aesthetic needs of the users but also contribute to the social fabric of the community.
A Day of Giving at the Reno Rodeo Denim Drive
This December, we had the privilege of again participating in the annual Reno Rodeo Foundation Denim Drive.
Our dedicated team, led by Principal Architect Jeff Frame, embarked on afternoon team shopping trip at Walmart to select a range of items to be donated, from winter jackets to denim jeans.
"We had a great team outing, shopping for the Reno Rodeo Foundation Denim Drive." said Jeff Frame, Principal Architect. "The Foundation is run by amazing people who are doing the real work of providing clothes and comfort to our most vulnerable residents. Philanthropy is an integral part of our identity at Frame Architecture, Inc. and all of us are thrilled to support such a wonderful organization."
Thousands of Dollars Worth of Clothing Donated
Frame Architecture made a substantial contribution, donating thousands of dollars worth of clothing to bring warmth, comfort and joy to our community's children. This aligns with our commitment to fostering community well-being and supporting those in need. Our involvement in the Denim Drive reflects our dedication to enhancing the quality of life for children and families in the Reno area.
Our involvement goes beyond donating clothes; it's an investment in the well-being and future of the next generation. We share this to inspire others to engage in community initiatives, extending our gratitude to the Reno Rodeo Foundation for organizing this meaningful event. Proud to stand alongside them, we remain committed to making a positive impact in our community.