Our Impact Reports


 Hackney Emergency Food Hub Emergency Mid – Review Reports
Hackney Food Hub Mid term impact report

Mid Term Impact Report


HEFH Summary-Report









This report provides a mid-term review of the ‘Hackney Emergency Food Hub’ COVID 19 response project. The COVID -19  pandemic has forced us to change the way work and we have adapted our approach to better serve the communities we work in through hardwork and resilience from our community and dedicated team.  The report focusses on the reporting period 6 April 2020 –  30 November 2020.



  Redmond Food Waste Project July 2017- July 2018

MHDT ran a successful PACT (Prepare- Adapt – Connect- Thrive) Meal Project, providing free healthy vegan/vegetarian meals for six community group across Woodberry Down: Newnton Close Sheltered Housing for elderly residents, The Edge Youth Hub, The Redmond community Centre and The Woodberry Wetlands for the London Wildlife Trust volunteers. The Project was funded by the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund.

Redmond Food Waste Project Final Report

Redmond Food Waste Project Case Studies



Green Estates Impact Report 2017-2018

Manor House Development Trust delivered Home Energy Visits project which supported residents vulnerable to fuel poverty in their homes to reduce their energy consumption by a number of interventions. The project was funded by Hackney Council.

GREEN ESTATES – Hackey, MHDT – Final Year Report 2017-18



PACT Impact Report

Manor House Development Trust is delighted to announce the launch of its Impact Report for the Manor House PACT project, an in-depth analysis of the difference our project has made to addressing climate change vulnerability in North London.





MHDT Social Impact Report

This report shows how our approach to community development has improved local people’s lives. The evidence, examples and case studies contain lessons for politicians, policy makers and communities across the UK and beyond.

Alison Freeman, New Economics Foundation: “I am impressed by the depth and time Manor House Development Trust has spent really listening to their stakeholders. Shining out of the report is a sincere commitment to communicating the difference that their works makes from the perspective of their community and service users. This depth of collaboration is sure to pay off as they co-produce further activities and schemes that take impact to the next step”.


Social Return on Investment (SROI)

Headline figures showing the financial value of the social impact we generate for every £1 invested, along with an analysis of where the value is going and some important examples of value we have created for the local community.






Half the Battle

The impact of community reintegration and building self-esteem on the Ex-Armed Forces. This report highlights the importance on non-military charities in building Veteran’s sense of belonging.






The impact of long-term engagement on empowerment & behaviour change

In this report, we explore the importance of long-term engagement, how we define ’empowerment’ and behaviour change with a collection of inspiring stories from local people.






Our Annual Reports

Annual Report 2014 / 15Front cover

Annual Report 2013 / 14image 2

Annual Report 2012 / 1312-13 annual report front

Annual Report 2011 / 1211-12 annual report front

Our Accounts & Policies