You can help Remake by making a cash donation. All proceeds are gratefully received and go towards supporting our volunteer and young adult programmes.Donate
Remake has been chosen for the current round of the Crieff Co-op Local Community Fund. When you use your blue Co-op membership card, you can choose Remake as your local cause to support. Remember if you have the app on your phone, you can choose Remake Scotland (cause 43970) right now as the cause you want to support.
Every little helps and goes towards supporting the Crieff Community Tool Library so tools and equipment can be more affordable to more people in our area.
Remake was asked to be a COVID-19 anchor organisation for the area of Strathearn & Strathallan and to distribute Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities Fund via The National Lottery Community Fund.
We raise funds to share with other groups and organisations in our community who share our values and aims, from passing on skills to reusing materials to providing services that benefit the community.
Remake is able to accept good quality donations instore or at the Reuse container at Crieff Recycling Centre. Please note we can no longer accept MDF, chipboard or flatpack furniture or upholstered items missing a fire label.
Remake reserves the right to refuse donations. There are some items that we are unable to accept.
Remake has been recognised in a number of environmental and enterprise awards.
2020 Scotland Loves Local - Highly Commended
2020 Perth & Kinross Leader Awards Finalist
2019 FSB Finalist - Community Award
2017 Finalist – Developing the Young Workforce
2017 Scottish Resources Awards Winner – Rising Star of the Year
Remake works with a range of membership organisations and partners to support the circular economy.
Scotland’s national membership body for the community reuse and recycling sector. Remake was featured in their lockdown conversations. Click here to visit the site and watch the interview with Fiona.
Revolve is a quality standard for second-hand stores in Scotland and is awarded to stores that meet high standards in safety, cleanliness and service, giving shoppers that extra reassurance to shop second-hand first.
Circular Tayside is a collaboration between Zero Waste Scotland, Perthshire Chamber of Commerce and Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce that aims to help local businesses and organisations transition towards circular economy.
Click here to check out their interview with Remake for the Be Inspired Lockdown chats.
Makers and craft organisations based in Scotland contributing green actions within Scotland's cultural industries. The Green Crafts Initiative (GCI) is a joint project between Craft Scotland and Creative Carbon Scotland.