PBE has helped Food Train to accurately measure its true economic value in providing savings in health and social care spending in Scotland. This will help provide a greater evidence base to prove that the charity is worthy of expansion.
PBE has helped Spitalfields Crypt Trust to demonstrate the public and economic value of its work, helping those facing problems such as homelessness, alcohol and drug misuse work towards a better future.
PBE has advised Goals UK on how to carry out an effective social impact assessment of its training programmes, addressing issues of motivation and self esteem in areas such as youth offending and homelessness.
PBE produced a report providing economic rationale into the casual link between rapidly rising house prices and corrupt money, aiding Transparency International ’s research programme investigating illicit financial flaws in London’s housing market.
Pro Bono Economics worked with Shelter Scotland in 2016, helping to demonstrate through data collection that their first project, designed to stop at-risk households from become homeless, is already providing net benefit to society.