Uniting Against Exploitation: Covenant House Vancouver Supports Love Bomb

At Covenant House Vancouver, we are constantly striving to shed light on the pressing issues faced by vulnerable youth in our community. We are proud to announce our participation in an upcoming event that tackles one of the most harrowing realities of our time: sex trafficking. 

On March 5th, Covenant House Vancouver, in collaboration with the Vancouver Community Action Team, will be contributing to shameless hussy productions’ presentation of Love Bomb. Written by Meghan Gardiner, Love Bomb is not just a play, it’s a visceral experience that delves into the dark world of sex trafficking, with courage and compassion. 

Set in the form of a rock concert within a play, Love Bomb follows the journey of Justine, whose music becomes entangled with the disturbing realities of sex trafficking, when an unexpected guest crashes her performance. Directed by Reneé Iaci, and featuring stellar performances by Daune Campbell and Melissa Kahan, this production promises to be an intimate and emotionally raw exploration of a deeply troubling subject. 

The event will kick off at 6:30pm at Kitsilano Secondary School, located at 2706 Trafalgar St., Vancouver. There will be refreshments and a meet and greet, which will allow attendees to connect with local resources and learn more about the subject matter being presented. Covenant House Vancouver will be there to provide valuable insights and support for those who need it. 

Following the performance at 7:00pm, there will be a moderated panel discussion, which will be a chance for dialogue and reflection on the themes presented in Love Bomb.  
Join us as we come together to confront the harsh realities of sex trafficking and stand in solidarity with those affected by it. Get your free tickets here.  
To help youth-serving organizations better support youth who may be at risk of, are currently experiencing, or are survivors of human trafficking, CHV developed the Pivoting Practice: Building Capacity to Serve Youth Impacted by Trafficking toolkit.Our goal is to strengthen our work and our communities through learning and capacity building. We encourage you to join us in learning through the toolkit.

Together, we can make a difference.