Scarf is a vibrant and value-driven social enterprise, headquartered in Aberdeen, delivering services across the north east of Scotland.
Scarf’s original aim was to make a practical difference to people living in fuel poverty and that purpose remains at our core as we deliver a range of quality services focusing on:
- fuel poverty
- energy efficiency
- sustainable living
- energy awareness training
As a social enterprise, we aim to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals and communities throughout Scotland. We recognise the tough realities and environments in which many people live, which is why the support we provide is focused around helping people at their point of need and in helping to make a difference each and every day.
We deliver energy advice programmes such as Home Energy Scotland (funded by the Scottish Government and managed by the Energy Saving Trust) and our in-depth Home Energy Advice Team (HEAT). Through these services we not only provide free, impartial advice to householders but also provide a range of energy saving services for businesses.
We are also a City and Guilds registered training centre, delivering training & development programmes in the energy and energy saving sectors through GreenSkills Scotland.
Scarf is a developing organisation, aiming to connect with more people and make a lasting difference – alleviating poverty and reducing inequality.
For further information contact:
1 Cotton Street