Veterans Aid is a charity supporting ex-servicemen and women in crisis. The organisation offers a diverse range of interventions, providing immediate, practical support to veterans who have served in HM Armed Forces who are homeless, facing homelessness or in crisis. Support is offered...
Building Bridges is a programme jointly funded by the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund, to help people overcome their barriers to employment and education across Swindon and Wiltshire. The programme is a collaborative effort involving 40 organisations across Swindon/Wiltshire providing...
CMV Action approached PBE in order to conduct research into the economic effects of treating Cytomegalounis, one of the main causes of childhood disability in the UK. This will provide an evidence base for further research, awareness and fundraising.
Pro Bono Economics was asked by The Royal Foundation and True Colours Trust to consider if their available data can help to answer a number of questions about the service. This information will be used to assess whether it is feasible to scale up the pilot.
PBE has worked with Silverfit to produce a data collection programme that will help the charity to demonstrate the economic success of their service, offering fitness services to people over the age of 45.
PBE helped Friends of the Elderly demonstrate the cost effectiveness of the work of their Home Support Workers, in terms of preventing certain traumas affecting elderly people and thus reducing possible hospital admissions.
Tom Aldred, an economist at HM Treasury and keen runner, advised the Mo Farah Foundation on behalf of PBE as to how they could collect data to measure the impact of their work to increase physical activity in young people as part of their Motivate Hounslow project.
PBE helped SolarAid , who work across Africa to promote a market for sustainable solar lighting equipment as an alternative to kerosene lamps, to build a research base to calculate the macroeconomic impact of solar lighting.