If it’s broken, fix it! The Remade Network was established to build a repair economy from the ground up. They are a grassroots network of repair social enterprises creating jobs, tackling climate change and reducing inequality. The teams work in strategic partnerships with local authorities and development trusts by invitation from local communities. All the wealth they generate stays within the community, creating both jobs and training opportunities through resilient social enterprise models. They also believe in harnessing the value of quality unwanted tech, delivering refurbishing devices to charities and community groups supporting individuals without access to digital devices. By doing this individuals are empowered to access key services online. With repair hubs in the Southside and East End, you’ll be sure to be close to a repair hub to get your broken (and unwanted) goods repaired and redistributed to those in need.