Many thousands of people each year in Liverpool, St Helens and Warrington benefit from our investments in a wide range of social projects. That includes people living in Torus homes and members from the wider community. We plan to invest about £5m a year in community action, projects and initiatives that improve lives, increase opportunity, bring people together and makes communities much stronger and resilient.
We provide a wide range of support throughout the year, but projects mainly cover four main themes:
Employment & Skills
Skills and training opportunities that unlock new pathways into employment
Money & Benefits
Expert guidance to help people manage their income and benefits with confidence
Health & Wellbeing
Access activities that improve health and wellbeing
Inspiring activities and experiences that help young people to thrive
Our partners include national and regional government organisations, other charities and not-for-profits, community groups, corporates and others. Primarily profits from the Torus group are used to fund our work in the community, but we also need to access public and private sector grant funding to make the sustainable impact we need to make on such a large scale.
We can draw upon decades of experience here in the North West and we’re proud of our successes, but we want to achieve so much more. Maybe we can work together to make that happen and help you to achieve your objectives? Let’s start a conversation. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or a call 0300 123 5809.
To help increase the amount of support taking place across Torus neighbourhoods, community groups and local organisations are able to apply to Torus Foundation’s Community Investment Fund.
Our work is making a big difference in Liverpool, St Helens and Warrington, bringing a range of economic and social benefits to local people. But you don’t have to just take our word for it. We commission social impact reports that summarises key figures and findings in vital areas. You can also find out what essential support we’ve provided to our tenants and other community members during the pandemic.
Throughout the year, in neighbourhoods throughout Liverpool, St Helens and Warrington, in partnership with other organisations, we provide funding and other resources for social projects that make a big difference to local people and their communities. Want to find out what we’ve done and what impact it had?