1) the relief of anyone who may have been victim to human trafficking and exploitation in particular but not exclusively by:
a) the provision of welfare support for example financial, medical or legal
b) support to the rehabilitation and reintegration of survivors with their families and communities
c) support of training and education into employment and/or independent living
d) the advancement for public benefit of trafficking and exploitation awareness
e) trafficking prevention in at risk communities
2) such charitable purposes for the public benefit as are exclusively charitable to the laws of england and wales as the directors may from time to time determine.