Our impact reports show the difference we make to young lives everyday

Just for Kids Law was founded with the vision of supporting young people in difficulty to overcome all the issues they face. The nature of our individual casework is holistic, both in the way that it seeks to provide support covering multiple areas of need that a young person has and in the way that they are supported by a team of advocates, lawyers and youth opportunities workers who are co-located to provide a joined-up package of help.

Presenting data from our casework database and annual client survey, alongside a description of the highlights of our work over the year, and a collection of case studies to illustrate the breadth of our work and unique strengths of our holistic casework model, our 2018 Impact Report shows how we work to transform the lives of young people all over the UK.

For full details, see our latest Impact Report:

Our Impact Report 2018 [pdf]

In addition to our annual Impact Reports, in 2019 we published an independent evaluation of our casework model, produced by NCVO Charities Evaluation Services. Based on in-depth interviews with young people, as well as the outcomes reported in JfKL’s annual client survey, the evaluation finds “strong evidence” of a number of positive outcomes for young people, including:

  • feeling supported and having consistency of support
  • reduced feeling of isolation
  • improved wellbeing
  • improved social care situation
  • improved education, training and employment situations
  • improved financial situation
  • increased ability to self-advocate

The evaluation concludes that JfKL’s casework model “allowed young people to feel supported in a way they had not felt supported before by other agencies and organisations” and that young people “described the effect as lasting”. In the evaluation interviews, three out of four young people reported positive change in their wellbeing after contacting JfKL, while nine in ten reported feeling less alone when dealing with their problems.

Independent Evaluation report [pdf]

Previous Impact Reports

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