Integrity International Trust, a UK registered charity, was founded with the purpose of building positive futures for the most vulnerable people. 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.
Collectively working 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:
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
A central theme to our business is advocating positive contributions to local life whilst finding pioneering ways to minimise our environmental impact and reduce our carbon footprint. For this reason, we are dedicated to operating all areas of our business in a sustainable and responsible manner and are constantly looking out for new and innovative ways to meet our high standard of positive environmental impact.
We ensure we work with local authorities, residents & community groups and take great care to respect the local environment, communities and associations in which our properties and business operates. We also seek to work with partners, who in turn will conduct responsible business practices and maintain our high environmental standards.
This includes the Thorney Island Society – one of the key conservation groups within St James’s, a voluntary amenity and civic society, concerned with the heritage and welfare of the physical environment of a widening area, sometimes referred to as the 'Westminster Village'.For further information about The Thorney Island Society,, please visit: http://thethorneyislandsociety.org.uk/ttis/
To put an end to poverty, to flight inequality and to address the urgency of climate change, global goals were established by the world leaders to build a better world by 2030. It is now in the responsibility of businesses and individuals to work together to pave the way for a more positive future for everyone. Read about our work towards accomplishing these global goals for sustainable development here.
At the core of our business is the strength of the ongoing relationships and partnerships Integrity International Group continues to develop with its associates, guests, partners and stakeholders. We believe in the power of partnerships, generating collective value from collaborative action.
We pride ourselves on the exemplary values and high standards we set out to conduct with our business relationships. We demonstrate integrity and always earn and show respect in all of our relationships.
We are proud of and value the diversity of our colleagues, stakeholders and partners and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities and fairness within our business practices.
We embrace individuals who bring their own areas of experience, talent and individuality to play an integral part in maintaining, developing and enhancing our business.
We expect our suppliers and partners in turn to comply with and support our efforts in advocating diversity and equal opportunities.
Integrity International Group is committed to giving back to the communities around us by sharing our skills, time and talent. Working with these communities is part of our culture and is an integral part of our business. We aim to lead industry and community initiatives that share our commitment to making sustainable progress possible in our local community. Below are some of the organisations we are proud to work closely with.
Oracle Cancer Trust is the UK’s leading national charity dedicated to funding head and neck cancer research. Over the past ten years, Oracle Cancer Trust has conducted pioneering work and ground-breaking research programmes, investing over £5 million to discover new and improved treatments with fewer immediate and long-term side effects for those suffering from head and neck cancers. Without funding from private and corporate donations, recent large-scale trials would not have been possible as mainstream funding for head and neck cancer has declined to less than 2% in UK.For further information about Oracle Cancer Trust, please visit: https://oraclecancertrust.org