Let's Do Our Part

For and With Them


CARE Project stands for

  • Compassion

  • Advocacy

  • Response

  • Education

Because ...

Our hearts cry for those that are or have been victimized by sexual trafficking and sexual exploitation.  We want to be a voice and respond to those needs and the needs of other non-profit and charitable organizations and agencies that assist victims and survivors.  We also know that raising awareness and educating each other is paramount to the prevention of human trafficking in our communities.  



SURVIVOR - Founder of

CARE Project Grey-Bruce

❝ My story began 30 years ago. I was a small-town country girl here in Grey-Bruce in my early teens who had been manipulated by a new female friend and taken to the City of Toronto where I met a group of individuals who I soon learned would sexually exploit me. I am lucky to have been able to escape one day, a day that I barely can remember and it took almost 3 decades to muster up the courage to share my story so that others know that they are not alone. 


I am grateful for the growth that I have begun to see in my community and surrounding communities with raising awareness about the issue of human trafficking. This is what gave me the courage to come forward publicly with my story almost five years ago. 

But, we need to keep this conversation going because far too many people still believe that human trafficking doesn't happen here. ❞  

“Start where you are. Use what you have.

Do what you can.” ♡

– Arthur Ashe