Charity no. 1152903 Company no. 08444912 Contact details Website: http://www.torusfoundation.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01512352402 Public address Torus 62 Limited, The Observatory, 1 Old Haymarket, Liverpool, L1 6RA Aims & activities Torus Foundation's principal activity is to support communities within the Liverpool region addressing deprivation and promoting inclusion. Torus Foundation has four key impact areas: - Money Matters - Go Digital - Health and Wellbeing; and - Employment Toxteth FireFit Hub is part of Torus Foundation and provides excellent youth facilities for young people and communities across Liverpool
What the charity does Education/training The advancement of health or saving of lives Recreation Who the charity helps Children/young people The general public/mankind How the charity works Provides buildings/facilities/open space Provides services Provides advocacy/advice/information
Operations 5 Trustees 27 Employees 0 Volunteers Trustee board Trustee Other trusteeships Charity status Peter Graham Morton (Chair) None on record Colleen Deanna Martin Alexandra House Childcare Centre (Plymouth) Cio Recently registered Phillip Garrigan None on record Elaine Stewart None on record Sarah Jane Saunders None on record
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As the charitable arm of Torus, the North West’s largest affordable homes provider, we partner with communities to build better futures together.We invest the group’s commercial profits into projects that bring people together and change lives.
Landlords defiant casual indifference to regulation protocol is being challenged. Independent Together with Tenants News Feedback Campaigns Social housing Homeless Affordable All in social housing.
Firstly Torus are supposedly a provider of Social housing that warrants Charity status, there is an urgent need of Social housing but Affordable housing is more profitable, in Warrington with a population of just 200'000 there are 3.5 thousand on the waiting list for Social housing and only 5 Social homes built between 2017-18.
Torus intrude in Communities rather than "partner with communities"
As Torus are in debt of millions that will take many years to repay they have no profits in reality are a drain on society asking for more funding, can the Community afford Torus Charity?