Ongoing Pro Bono Economics Projects

23 Apr 2019
In progress

700 Club offers a range of services to people who are homeless, dependent on drugs or alcohol or suffering with a mental health issue, aiming to help them have control over their own lives. We are working with the charity on its data collection.

Art Against Knives co-creates spaces with young people to prevent violent crime through creativity. We are working with the charity on its Theory of Change and evaluation framework.

British Science Association works to increase the number of people who are actively engaged and involved in science, with a focus on diversity and inclusion. We are working on our second report with the charity, a cost-benefit analysis of its CREST Silver Award.

BS3 Community Development provides services and activities to develop the local community in Bristol. We are working to deliver a cost-benefit analysis of its work in social isolation.

Centrestage provides community services to people in Kilmarnock through theatre and cafes. We are working with them to review data collection processes.

Change Centre Scotland is a football-themed centre providing personal development and self management services to those experiencing homelessness. We are reviewing a piece of work for the charity.

The Clink is a charity, working with HM Prison & Probation Service to run a number of restaurants, kitchens, gardens, a catering business and a cafe. We are working with the charity on a cost-benefit analysis.

Debate Mate offers communication training in schools through a range of programmes and competitions, with the aim of tackling educational disadvantage. We are helping the charity with its data collection processes.

East Belfast Community Counselling Centre provides counselling to people in one of the most deprived areas in Belfast. We are working with the charity on data collection.

Greenhouse Sports provides in-school support to students through their trained sports coaches. Following on from our 2017 work with the charity, we are reviewing the second stage of its work.

Haven is a Sheffield-based organisation which exists to support children affected by domestic abuse through services, education and research. We are working with the charity to provide data advice.

Housing Rights provides support to people dealing with housing issues in Northern Ireland. We are working with the charity on a feasibility study of its Prison Programme.

One25 provides support with the aim of enabling women to break free from street sex-work, addiction and other life-controlling issues. We are working with the charity to provide data advice.

Prisoners Education Trust provides support and education to prisoners, to enhance their chances of building a better life upon being released. We have previously worked with the charity to provide a breakeven analysis, and are currently working on a cost-benefit analysis for the charity.

Swansea Carers Centre provides support to carers of all ages in the Swansea area. We are working with the charity on its data collection and monitoring processes.

Together for Short Lives is a palliative care charity, supporting children expected to have short lives and their families. We are working with the charity on an impact analysis.

Turn2us is a charity providing financial support to help people get back on track, through benefit advice, charitable grants and other advice. We are currently working with the charity on its business calculator.

Unlocking Potential works to transform the life chances of young people in London with emotional, social and mental health needs. We are reviewing the charity's impact strategy.

Villiers Park Educational Trust works to ensure children from less advantaged backgrounds do not underachieve at school. We are helping the charity to evaluate the impact of one of its programmes.

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 its work. 

What Works Centre for Wellbeing, part of the What Works Centre network, works across multiple organisations to provide evidence and guidance on wellbeing. We are working with the organisation on a research report, focused on the upcoming Comprehensive Spending Review.