Billy Sloan, Chief Executive of SCARF – the social enterprise that tackles fuel-poverty from Dundee to Aberdeen in North East Scotland – has died.
A spokesman for SCARF said: “Billy inspired many with his leadership, friendship and his commitment to social enterprise and to the alleviation of poverty and inequality. A deeply caring man, his mentoring of staff and care shown to customers was exceptional.
“We are privileged to have worked with Billy and his passing is a huge loss to many. Billy will be remembered for his ready wit, his generosity, his charismatic leadership style and he leaves behind a real legacy of leading a successful organisation with closely held principles and values.”
The Scarf Group is a social enterprise which has been transforming lives for 30 years, working to tackle fuel poverty, create a greener society and helping people gain new skills. Scarf is delighted to be listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not-For-Profit Companies for the second year running.
The Scarf group currently comprises Scarf (the charity) Scarf Energy Services and Green Tracks. It has been listed in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Not For Profit Companies for the second year running.