Key4Life aims to address the root causes of young adult reoffending and break the cycle of crime for young men aged 18-25 years in prison and those at risk of going to prison.
Bean Research works with Key4Life to support its evaluation and reporting of its outcomes and impact on employment and re-offending. Bean has devised its evaluation framework, conducted Social Return on Investment and Cost Benefit Analyses for its prison rehabilitation programme, worked with the Ministry of Justice Data Lab on verification, conducted research among supporting businesses and mentors, and ensured consistent reporting to Prisons, Trustees and funders.
“Charlotte’s analytical and communications skills, have helped us to be able to shout about the charity’s successes and impacts with influential partners, in a way we haven’t be able to do before”.
— Eva Hamilton MBE, Founder, Key4Life