Project Summary:

Changeworks are requesting funding to restart the Cosy Kids project in Edinburgh. Funding will provide for one part time Energy Advisor to deliver, akin to the original project funded by the Trust, energy efficiency advice and support for families with young children to manage their fuel bills more effectively. However the Cosy Kids 2 project will be developed to ‘fill in the gaps’ of the previous project. The new project will incorporate income maximisation support through referrals to CABs/other organisations in the Edinburgh area and provide support that will empower clients to deal manage their energy and energy suppliers more own their own in the future.

Expected Number of Individuals: 880

Expected Number of Households: 390

Trustees Meeting: December 2008

Funding Amount Approved: £90,615

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