Adopt-a-school campaign

LOVE inspires youth to end the cycle of violence in their schools and communities!

Watch our new Adopt-a-school campaign created in collaboration with ‪#‎QuébécorMédia‬.
Thank you to our partners #‎Québon and ‪#‎Littleburgundy‬

By |August 4th, 2015|Blog, Video|0 Comments

Come to see the performance of Random on March 22

We are thrilled to collaborate with Black Theatre Workshop and Imago Theatre in their presentation of the Canadian premiere of Random, an arresting one-woman show written by the award-winning U.K. playwright Debbie Tucker Green, directed by Micheline Chevrier and performed by Lucinda Davis.

Lucinda Davis, recipient of a META (Montreal English Theatre Award) for her performance […]

By |March 16th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

First Parent Open house

LOVE will be hosting its first Open House for parents this month. Parents of youth involved in our after-school programs will be invited to visit our office, meet with our staff and learn more about the organization.

Parents will learn how youth overcome obstacles and become community leaders through our unique programs.

We are looking […]

By |February 11th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

Valentine’s Day Campaign

Dear LOVE Supporter,

On behalf of hundreds of youth who benefit from our preventive and educational programs, we would like to introduce the LOVE – Leave Out Violence Annual Valentine’s Day Campaign.

We are very proud to offer you the Imagine LOVE magazine, our new and revamped 2015 edition. It represents a year’s worth of achievements for […]

By |February 11th, 2015|Blog|0 Comments

Being the change!

While we waited for LOVE programs to begin the other day, my friend and I were engaged in one of our enthralling conversations about many interesting things, amongst which her love for the quote “Be the change”.

Here goes the executive summary of our riveting exchange: often, we yearn for the world (and people!) around […]

By |March 18th, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

A New Dance and Multi-­Media Production Benefitting LOVE – Leave Out Violence

LOVE was founded by Twinkle (Sheila) Rudberg whose husband Daniel was killed by a fourteen-­year-­old boy on the streets of downtown Montreal in 1972. Twinkle learned that the young perpetrator’s life had consisted of gang involvement, drug abuse and spending hours watching violent movies. She began to see him as a victim of violence as […]

By |February 23rd, 2014|Blog|0 Comments

Get your tickets NOW!

On February 7 & 8th 2014, The Sonia Balazovjech Dance Company (SBDC) in collaboration with Robert Lynch will team up with LOVE – Leave Out Violence to present Addicted to LOVE. This powerful and emotionally-­‐charged dance and multi-­‐media production delves into what drives youth to violence, addiction and abuse. Addicted to LOVE is bigger […]

By |January 21st, 2014|Blog|0 Comments


For a second year in a row, Videotron and Solutions 2 GO are making our annual benefit concert a reality. And it’s not even Christmas yet!

As a Canadian telecommunications and entertainment leader, Videotron has a responsibility and an active commitment to the communities in which it does business. Acting through Quebecor, through Quebecor companies, and […]

By |October 30th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Only three weeks to go… What else is new on the menu?

You may not hear this often in Montreal, but we can’t wait till November! Why you ask? Because on the 14th, our LOVE Notes benefit event is welcoming a host of wonderful food sponsors. Last week we presented Bar à Beurre, La Trattoria, Eau Saint-Justin and Agropur Oka cheese!

This time, let us say this: think mouth-watering […]

By |October 23rd, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Get your tastebuds ready: LOVE Notes is in 4 weeks!

Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving weekend! What else was there to think about other than gratitude and food?

Over the past few months, LOVE staff, volunteers and friends have been knocking on doors to get restaurants involved in our biggest event of the year. Not only will the LOVE Notes cocktail reunite new and old […]

By |October 15th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments