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REAP (Rural Environmental Action Project) is a local environmental and sustainable development charity based in Keith, North East Scotland. We would like to see a future, where everyone can afford to heat their homes, eat well, and protect our environment now and for the future. We work towards this by delivering projects and services to meet local needs and aims, including local food and free and impartial energy advice.
What would you like to know more about?
- Free home energy saving advice including help with high bills, switching, advice about available grants and loans, support if you are worried about contacting your energy company through our Energy Action Moray project
- Free and interactive energy saving advice and talks at drop-in sessions and in schools through our Community Energy Champions project
- Local food and growing projects, including Grow Elgin
- Funding for local organisations from the Hill of Towie Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund and Edintore Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund
REAP also carries out community consultation and evaluation work on projects that align with our values and acts as a donation drop off point for Moray Food Plus, Moray School Bank and Moray Supports Refugees.
Proud to be funded by:
The Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme
ADAM FAMILY FOUNDATION
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