In 2012, Self Unlimited, a UK charity supporting people with learning disabilities, found itself in need of help for its recently founded community enterprise cafés business. Self Unlimited had opened a number of cafés to provide learning and training opportunities for the people they support, but needed help in reviewing the financial performance of the cafés. Self Unlimited contacted the Cranfield Trust, a highly respected UK charity providing pro bono management consultancy services. Through its existing relationship with Kurt Salmon, the Cranfield Trust knew that Kurt Salmon actively supported charities through pro bono work and Siobhan Gehin of the London office led a project which helped Self Unlimited to improve their bottom line and develop a dashboard of metrics for the Board. A detailed review of the business and its financials was produced for review by the Board. Nigel Rose, Director of Communications for Self Unlimited, commented “The presentation was extremely well-received, provoked ideas and focused debate, and gave us a way forward to consider next steps for some of our key off-site enterprises”.