1 in 10 children under the age of 18 have been sexually assaulted
Currently in Ontario there is no public access treatment program for childhood victims of sexual assault, nor is there for their families.
Sexual assault centers across the province are designed to only help victims age 16 and older. Unfortunately they do not have the infrastructure, framework or funding to help those victims under the age of 16.
Through generous and supportive individuals as well as collective community donations, the G. May Project will launch a pilot project for treatment of victims and their families in early 2018. This needed treatment program will host facilitation for healing and rehabilitation, in hopes to reduce the life-long effects of child sexual assault.
Your donation will help make a tremendous difference to the lives of children affected by sexual assault abuse. Click here to make a donation.
Want to help?
The G. May Project can certainly use your help. Get involved, speak out, volunteer or become a donor and give every affected child a fair chance to succeed!
Check out our G. May Project Events
Due to Sunday, October 6th being a rainy day, the Healing Ceremony date was CHANGED. It will now be held on: Sunday, October 20, 2019 Fraser Park, Trenton 3:00 Ceremony, 4:00 Walk
Hosted by Gym Trenton Saturday, May 18, 2019 12-4 p.m. FREE EVENT, accepting donations for the G. May Project
G May Project will be supported by Chapters at the Quinte Mall on Wednesday May 8th from 6 - 8 p.m.
Mother's High Tea Luncheon, hosted by Off the Hook Boutique and Gallery, Trenton, 613-242-5165 Sunday May 5, 12-4pm Tickets $60 Available at Off the Hook
Dinner/Medium/Tarot Night hosted by Off the Hook Boutique and Gallery, Trenton (Quinte West). 613-242-5165 April 24/25 5-9pm. Tickets $99, available at Off the Hook