Ongoing Pro Bono Economics Projects

13 Dec 2017
In progress

Action for Refugees in Lewisham: AFRIL is a grassroots charity working with refugees and asylum seekers in London to relieve poverty and social isolation. Having completed a project for them in the past, we are presently looking into their work to determine impact.


Cambridge Cyrenians: Cambridge Cyrenians work to provide a range of accommodation, support and specialist services for homeless men and women. We are working with them with the aim of proving the merits of their services.


Citizenship Foundation: Citizenship Foundation work with young people, helping them to understand the law, politics and democratic life. We are working with them to improve their data collection.


Clore Social Leadership: Clore develop leaders with a social purpose, allowing them to transform their communities and organisations. We are working on a project with them to examine the economic value of social sector leadership.


Community First: Community First is a registered charity aimed towards strengthening and growing communities, and tackling diadvantage across Wiltshire and Swindon. We are working to evaluate one of their interventions to determine its impact. 


Equal Education: Equal Education provide quality educational services to looked after children, to raise their aspirations and attainment. We are helping them to measure the impact of their work.


London Bubble Theatre Company: Bubble Theatre provide the necessary artistic direction, skills, environment and resources to create inclusive theatre spaces for young people. We are working with them to analyse Speech Bubbles, one of their programmes.


MyBnk: MyBnk work with young people to create innovative, high impact and high energy workshops on financial issues. We are working with them to help determine the impact of their programmes.


Place2Be: Place2Be provide emotional and therapeutic services in primary and secondary schools. We are helping them to estimate the economic benefits of mental health improvement for children.


RSA: The RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) aim to enrich society through ideas and action. We are working with them to evaluate the effectiveness of the Citizens Economic Council, and provide advice.


Step Together Volunteering: Step Together help people with complex needs across England and Scotland through a wide range of partner organisations.We are working with them to help them better understand their impact.


StreetInvest: StreetInvest places trustworthy adults in the lives of the hardest to reach and most excluded street-connected children. We are working with them to evaluate the impact of their work.


The Reader: The Reader bring people together to read great literature aloud, known as Shared Reading, to improve well-being, reduce social isolation and build stronger communities across the UK and beyond. We are working with them to evaulate the economic benefit of their interventions.


Veterans Aid: Veterans Aid help ex-servicemen and women in crisis, specifically those who are facing homelessness, through a range of diverse activities. We are helping them evaluate the quality of their data collection and output.


Villiers Park Educational Trust: Villiers Park work to ensure children from less advantaged backgrounds do not underachieve at school. WSe are helping them to evaluate the impact of one of their programmes.


Walking with the Wounded: Walking with the Wounded support vulnerable veterans to re-integrate back into society and sustain their independence. We are helping them to evaluate their impact.


Working Chance: Working Chance is the only recruitment consultancy for women leaving the criminal justice and care systems in the UK. We are working with the charity to evaluate the impact of their work.