Our impact

Goldfinger is a proud social enterprise and we’re committed to making a positive impact on the environment and our community.

At a glance

402 tonnes

of material rescued from landfill and lovingly crafted into something beautifully new.

109 tonnes

of CO2e saved by using reclaimed rather than virgin material. That’s 162 return flights from London to New York.

13,809 hours

of paid and meaningful work created for young people not in education, employment or training from the local community.

279 kilograms

of timber used from local trees felled due to weather incidents or urban development.

1954 hours

of training in sustainable craft given to our community free of charge.

11,002 meals

prepared by our People’s Kitchen and delivered by Goldfinger volunteers to 200 vulnerable local residents.

2.6 tonnes

of delicious food in our bellies, not in landfill. The People’s Kitchen rescues perfectly good food from nearby shops to cook for the community.

Golden Summary 2022

Read our annual Golden Summary to discover how our values guide everything that we do.

The most impressive thing about Marie and her team is their long-term commitment and consistent support they have shown us through the years. The People's Kitchen is a great example of an enterprise going the extra mile to provide food and emotional support for those who are feeling vulnerable and isolated at this time.”

JP, Trellick Tower beneficiary

Our impact aligned to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

In our commitment to people and planet, we choose to measure our success in line with 5 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030.

UNSDG No. 12

Responsible Consumption and Production

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UNSDG No. 13

Climate Action

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Decent Work and Economic Growth

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It has been a wonderful experience and an unexpected joy to see a new community created around craft and design during the pandemic”

Nadia, Soulcraft Learner


Good Health and Well-Being

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Zero Hunger

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Having meals delivered to me now is very important because it keeps my morale up and makes me feel like I haven’t been forgotten.”

Susan, 72, Trellick Tower beneficiary

Sources: Defra Conversion Factors 2020