Aims, Mission & Vision

REAP (Rural Environmental Action Project) carry out ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION IN THE COMMUNITY to make sustainability relevant for people locally


REAP look forward to a world where everyone can afford to heat their homes, eat well and benefit from a healthy and sustainable environment



REAP enable people to acquire the skills, funds and knowledge they need to live sustainably, locally



  • Caring for the environment
  • Community engagement
  • Partnership working
  • Impartial and Fair
  • Trustworthiness



People get the skills they need to take action on Climate Change

People move out of fuel poverty/ feel more in control of their energy bills

People are empowered with the knowledge and information they need

By administering grant funds, social & community life is enhanced throughout the area

REAP is an environmental charity based in Keith in the North East of Scotland since 1997. REAP work with communities and partners locally to raise environmental awareness and tackle economic inequality. Current projects include community food growing, energy advice and grant administration. REAP has a volunteer Board of Trustees and Directors (see ‘Our People‘).

REAP have developed a great reputation locally for professional, impartial and effective work. Funders and partners trust us to deliver (and often exceed) on our outcomes and targets. People we’ve worked with say things like:

‘Enthusiastic and committed staff make a valuable contribution to addressing fuel poverty in Moray’ and ‘Very knowledgeable staff, friendly and approachable”

“REAP staff made sure everyone was suitably supported, trained, and happy with the tasks

“Working with REAP has been a really exciting and beneficial thing to do”

REAP uses different ways of engaging with the community at all levels to empower people, including fun, bespoke sessions with a wide variety of groups and individuals.