Integrity International Trust (IIT)’s mission is to build positive futures for the most vulnerable people: providing health & welfare services; vocational training; job opportunities; protecting those at risk; providing rehabilitation and disaster recovery (in particular following natural disasters) and in confronting the growing global crime of sex trafficking.

Collaborating with local specialists, IIT aims to intervene, prevent and limit the underlying causes of sex trafficking through education and skills training, which are paramount in avoiding the ‘poverty trap’ – the fertile breeding ground for sex trafficking. IIT aims to rescue and rehabilitate survivors through a vocational training rehabilitation centre, to break up the networks and bring the perpetrators to justice. IIT works with local experts to ensure the successful delivery of each area of its work.

For further information about Integrity International Trust, please visit: https://www.integrityinternationaltrust.com/

In response to today’s COVID-19 global pandemic, affecting all of society’s day-to-day life; requiring social distancing, self-isolation, closure of businesses and job losses, IIT has established Here to Help London.

Working collectively with partners across London, Here to Help London. provides the community and COVID-19 key workers with the services they need in these uncertain times: accommodation; food delivery; nutritional packs; borrowing a book; concierge services; online courses and other wellbeing services. Any donations are ring fenced in a charitable Restricted Fund established solely to support the community and key workers during the COVID-19 crisis.

Here to Help London. has provided London’s key NHS workers and others:

  • Finance to increase the production of vital face-shields to 10,000 per week and their delivery to hospitals and GP practices
  • Over 5,000 room nights of safe and independent living accommodation
  • Catering and delivering of over 30,000 meals
  • 24-7 helpline
  • Soap and hand lotion distribution
  • Free eggs and sandwiches to vulnerable London residents
  • Over 1,000 free pancakes and panettones to central London hospitals
  • Online tutorials, virtual debates and book clubs
  • Free books
  • Online therapy and well-being support
  • Online resources

Determined by the London community, Here to Help London. support services will adapt as demand and as government advice changes.

To find out more, visit www.heretohelplondon.com