Looking at the benefits of Family Action's Perinatal Support Service

9 Dec 2014

PBE matched Family Action with volunteer economists from DCLG to evaluate the benefits and costs of their Perinatal Support Service, supporting women assessed as vulnerable to perinatal depression.

Advice to the Mo Farah Foundation

7 Nov 2014

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.

Data advice for the Cardinal Hume Centre

5 Nov 2014

PBE matched the Cardinal Hume Centre in Westminster with economists from Ofgem to advise on data collection, allowing the charity to demonstrate the effectiveness of their employment support service in helping vulnerable and homeless people find work.

A roadmap to evaluation for NCDA

25 Jun 2014

PBE helped Newhaven Community Development Association carry out an economic analysis of their work, specifically their nursery, family learning programme and youth service.

Supporting Getting on Board

20 Jun 2014

PBE helped Getting on Board with monitoring and evaluation of their work encouraging board-level volunteering, so they could better understand its impact on both individuals and organisations.

National Numeracy: calculating the cost of low adult numeracy

12 Mar 2014

PBE conducted research for National Numeracy as part of The National Numeracy Challenge , showing that low levels of adult numeracy cost the UK economy £20.2 billion per year.

Advice on estimating impact of solar lighting for SolarAid

28 Feb 2014

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.

Second year of Making Every Adult Matter pilots

17 Feb 2014

PBE has assisted Making Every Adult Matter with a two-year study, providing evidence that coordinated interventions for individuals with multiple needs can improve wellbeing.

Considering the sugary drinks industry for Sustain

11 Feb 2014

Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming approached PBE to discover if a tax increase, intended to lead to improved health outcomes for children, would have a detrimental effect on the soft drinks industry.

Advice for future evaluation of Prisoners Abroad

16 Jan 2014

Prisoners Abroad approached Pro Bono Economics to evaluate their work in supporting Britain’s incarcerated oversees, with the aim of better demonstrating the impact they have, both to secure funding and improve the targeting of their work.

Advice to Foundations UK

9 Dec 2013

Foundations UK has worked with PBE in order to evaluate the public and economic value of their Step Forward to health programme.

An analysis of Chance UK's mentoring service

27 Nov 2013

PBE has worked with Chance UK in order to demonstrate the public and economic value of their work in mentoring primary school children with conduct difficulties.