48-50 Beattie Cres, Morwell VIC 3840


We are really proud of what we do at Morwell Neighbourhood House. These reports provide an independent evaluation of MNH and our work, and clearly outline the social impact of our programs and community responses.

Food Security & Wellbeing Program Project Evaluation 2022-2023

Food Security & Wellbeing Program Project Evaluation 2022-2023 | Collaborative Evaluation & Research Centre (CERC) | December 2023

Collaborative Evaluation & Research Centre (CERC) was engaged to explore Morwell Neighbourhood House (MNH)'s whole of person approach to food security, health and wellbeing, and gain an insight into how the program was being implemented. This understanding was gained through the perspective of those who were paid employees, volunteers or who accessed the MNH services, outlining the benefits, barriers and future suggestions for the MNH operations when addressing food security in the Latrobe Valley.

Deloitte Report: Estimating the Social Impact of Gippsland’s Neighbourhood Houses

NHG Social Impact Analysis Final Report | Deloitte | July 2020

Deloitte Access Economics was engaged by Neighbourhood Houses Gippsland (NHG) to conduct a social return on investment study, seeking to measure the social impact of NHG member’s activities, based on activities undertaken between April 2019 and March 2020.

Deloitte Report: Morwell Neighbourhood House Social Impact Analysis

MNH Social Impact Analysis Final Report | Deloitte | May 2018

Morwell Neighbourhood House approached Deloitte Access Economics to request assistance with measuring and better understanding its social and economic impact.

This report builds on an existing evidence base on the important role of MNH in the Morwell community.

Most Significant Change Evaluation for Neighbourhood Houses: A Pilot Study at Morwell Neighbourhood House

Consultation Report | Centre of Research for Resilient Communities | September 2017

"This is a consultation report for Morwell Neighbourhood House (MNH) on a small pilot study to assess the appropriateness of using the Most Significant Change (MSC) method of evaluation in a Neighbourhood House setting... [I]t is often difficult for Neighbourhood Houses to show proof of the value and impact of the work they do for individuals and communities. In part this is because so much of their work is about relationship building and social connectedness, two elements that do not lend themselves easily to survey type evaluations. In a survey people may say the main reason they value a Neighbourhood House is because of social connection but what is that really telling us, what impact does it have in someone’s life? It was for this reason that MNH decided to pilot a MSC evaluation."

‘They go into bat for me’: Morwell Neighbourhood House, the Hazelwood Mine Fire and Recovery

Final Report | Centre of Research for Resilient Communities | February 2017

This report provides an overview of the role played by the Morwell Neighbourhood House in assisting with immediate and longer term processes of community recovery following the 2014 Hazelwood mine fire event.

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