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Valuing Success: A Case Study of Emmaus Village Carlton, Report

This study was an economic evaluation of Emmaus Village Carlton as a social enterprise. This report summarises the context and findings of an investigation into the costs and benefits of running a social enterprise as part of a unique organisation working with homeless people, concentrating specifically on the Emmaus Village Carlton Community.

In 2007, CCHPR was approached by Emmaus UK and the East of England Development Agency (EEDA) to undertake an economic evaluation of Emmaus Village Carlton as a social enterprise. This research built upon a previous evaluation of Emmaus Cambridge, carried out by CCHPR in 2003.

This report summarises the context and findings of an investigation into the costs and benefits of running a social enterprise as part of a unique organisation working with homeless people, concentrating specifically on the Emmaus Village Carlton Community.

The cost benefit analysis of Emmaus Village Carlton Community includes the economic value of their outputs and outcomes to their participants and to society and the economy at large.

Executive Summary

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Publication Date

18th August 2008