Healthy Neighbours Project

Torus Foundation has launched the Healthy Neighbours projects across Torus neighbourhoods in Liverpool, St Helens and Warrington, commissioning local organisations (highlighted below) to help to deliver targeted activities.

Each area will have a dedicated Volunteer Co-cordinator helping to encourage community members who live and breathe their environment, to become a Healthy Neighbours Volunteer. A great opportunity for community members that know what challenges need to be addressed and how best to address them. They are engaged with their neighbourhood, hear the unsaid and can really influence change.

Volunteers will take part in activities to engage local communities, with the aim of improving health and wellbeing against an agreed set of health indicators, which could include food poverty, loneliness, obesity, physical inactivity and mental health.

Awarded Organisations who will be recruiting volunteers for the Healthy Neighbours Project:

Braybrook Estate, Norris Green, Daneville Estate, Clubmoor, Granby Toxteth Triangle

St Helens
Parr and Four Acre

Orford (Grasmere Avenue and Greenwood Crescent), St Elphin’s Close and St Katherine’s Way Estate


If you live within the above areas and would like to enquire about becoming a volunteer as part of the project, contact the above local organisation to you and speak to someone about ‘Healthy Neighbours Project’.


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