New evaluation: House of Mercy

We are delighted to be working with a new client, the House of Mercy, to evaluate their work tackling homelessness in Gravesend, Kent. We’re pleased to support the charity through an evaluation process for the first time, and are looking forward to the opportunity to expand our knowledge and expertise in homelessness. We will be exploring outcomes for the individuals the charity serves, the impact of their work in the local area, as well as conducting formative evaluation to make recommendations for future service delivery.

Please contact Richard Sutcliffe for more information

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