PBE provides support to The Trussell Trust to determine their social impact

5 Jan 2018

The Trussell Trust has partnered with local communities to establish a 400-strong network of foodbanks which provide a minimum of three days’ emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis in the UK. They also work with foodbanks to provide a range of new services such as money advice...

PBE provides advice to Making the Leap

2 Jan 2018

Making the Leap (MTL) is a London-based charity, providing services to children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, aged 12-25, to aid their upward social mobility. As well as preparing them for work, the charity helps them develop non-cognitive skills such as motivation and...

The Economics of Community Asset Transfers: Pro Bono Economics provides support to Power to Change

12 Dec 2017

Pro Bono Economics has published the first economic framework for carrying out Community Asset Transfers for Power to Change.

PBE and Loughborough help Greenhouse Sports demonstrate how they improve life chances for pupils

11 Dec 2017

Pro Bono Economics has independently reviewed an NHS-supported Loughborough University report for Greenhouse Sports, looking at the impact of their school-based delivery model in London schools.

The economic case for PSHE in schools

7 Dec 2017

PSHE education improves academic attainment rather than detracts from it, says Pro Bono Economics' new study for PSHE Association.

PBE provides Theory of Change advice to Nova New Opportunities

29 Nov 2017

Pro Bono Economics has provided support to Nova New Opportunities, helping them with their Theory of Change and data collection framework.

PBE completes project for Government Outcomes Lab

23 Nov 2017

Pro Bono Economics carried out a project for Government Outcomes Lab (GO Lab) to estimate the value created through some of the existing social impact bonds.

Established in 2016, the primary purpose of GO Lab is to provide independent academic research into outcome based commissioning (...

PBE publishes report for City Year UK on a full-time volunteer programme

16 Nov 2017

Pro Bono Economics has published a report for City Year UK , estimating the benefits of a government-backed full time volunteer programme.

First Pro Bono Impact report with the RSS

16 Nov 2017

Pro Bono Economics is extremely grateful to Munazzah Naeem, a statistician volunteer based in Cambridge, who recently completed a report on statistics on full-time youth volunteering. This is part of our Pro Bono Impact partnership with the Royal Statistical Society, and the report will be a...

Estimating and Presenting Impact for YCT Support

17 Oct 2017

Pro Bono Economics has carried out a report for YCT Support , helping to demonstrate and present the impact of the charity’s counselling and therapeutic support.

YCT Support provide a range of counselling and therapy services to young people,...

Exploring the Impact of MAC-UK's Music and Change Project in Camden

10 Oct 2017

Pro Bono Economics helped MAC-UK discover the economic benefits of their Music & Change project.

Advising Food Train on its data collection methods

6 Jun 2017

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.

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