By the end of the first week over 1,100 meals were requested for delivery around Watford and the surrounding area each week. These meals were delivered to local charitable groups who were supporting vulnerable families, local schools, disabled children, care homes, refugees and the homeless, plus two local food hubs and two hospices.
By mid-July over 2,400 meals were being supplied per week including to additional charitable organisations supporting families in North London. At this time, Compassion London moved from the kitchens at Wembley Stadium to Alexandra Palace. Over the next couple of months the amount of funding and volunteer support started to decrease and in mid-November Compassion London had to move to a significantly smaller kitchen in central London. As a result of this the supply of fresh meals stopped after 13th November to the contacts made by TudorFood. From May to November, the total number of meals supplied to local charitable groups by Compassion London via TudorFood was 37,725.
Compassion London continued to supply fresh meals to local families in central London and TudorFood continued to offer support and help to local groups in Watford. Compassion London ceased all supply in early 2021 but hopes to restart in new kitchens in the middle of 2021. Several members of Tudor Lodge went on to join One Vision, a new charity in Watford, to support their operation of supplying free fresh meals and grocery bags to those in need in the Watford area.