We are a grassroots network of repair social enterprises creating jobs, tackling climate change and reducing inequality.

A repair economy from the bottom up

If it’s broken, fix it

We are a grassroots network of repair social enterprises creating jobs, tackling climate change and reducing inequality.

About

Build back better

 

Glasgow City Council signed off our business plan in 2020 and awarded us a Social Enterprise start-up grant of £13,000. We capitalised on this to bring in new funding, establish new contracts, set up the project and start trading – despite COVID-19.

A new, fairer economy will need resilient and resourceful business models which can be scaled up. This year, we’ve created seven new jobs – including four new roles since the lockdown began. Our plans will deliver 20 jobs by 2022 and 50 jobs by 2030 by building a repair economy across Glasgow and making repair facilities widely accessible and affordable.

 

Repair

Desktop Distribution Project

 

The Desktop Distribution Project responds to the challenges faced by a number of individuals and communities across Glasgow– digital and social isolation has been exacerbated by Covid-19. Through support from Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Government, Remade Network is refurbishing and donating 500 PCs to marginalised groups across Glasgow.

 

Desktop Distribution Project

Fixing is the future

 

As with many organisations, Covid-19 has changed the way Remade Network will support communities. Remade Network has established plans for delivering a new digital programme – implementing online group workshops, one-on-one repair lessons, weekly tutorials and environmental education to work alongside our existing projects.

 

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