Congressman, CEO Sam ‘SV’ Verzosa gives back anew for his birthday

Tutok to Win Partylist representative, Maserati PH president, and Frontrow CEO Sam “SV” Verzosa kickstarted his birthday celebration this year with a P5-million donation to seven deserving charities and organizations during the charity gala, A Night of Giving Back, at the Cove, Okada Manila recently.

As part of his life-long advocacy to help the underprivileged, Verzosa partnered with Frontrow Cares, Tutok to Win Partylist, Angkas, and Ms. Universe Philippines to extend monetary assistance to Anawin Foundation, He Cares Foundation, Light of Jesus Prison Ministry, Jeremiah Foundation, Smile Train, Cottolengo Filipino, and Batang Sampaloc Scholarship Foundation.

“When there is an opportunity to help, I just cannot turn a blind eye and let it fall on deaf ears. I would rather respond to the call and become a part of the solution. As the vice chairman of the Committee on Poverty Alleviation and the Committee on Social Services in the House of Representatives, I would like to amplify my advocacy and reach out to more underprivileged Filipinos as possible to offer assistance and support,” said Verzosa in an interview.

Frontrow CEO Sam ‘SV’ Verzosa.

The charity gala was graced with the presence of presidential son and First District of Ilocos Norte Rep. Sandro Marcos and other colleagues.

Filipino author, entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and minister Bo Sanchez blessed the occasion and offered a prayer for Versoza, serving as one of the highlights of the charity gala.

A CELEBRATION to remember with Sam Verzosa (sixth from left) and First District of Ilocos Norte Rep. Sandro Marcos (fourth from right).

Frontrow co-founder and president RS Francisco, together with the leaders of the leading multi-level marketing company, showed overwhelming love and appreciation for the birthday celebrator in view of their years of trusted partnership and friendship.

MICHELLE Dee, RS Francisco, Rhian Ramos, Sam Verzosa, and Gerald Anderson.

“I wish to be the voice of the beneficiaries I picked tonight — the abandoned elderly, street children, persons deprived of liberty, children in crisis, and physical disabled, abandoned, and neglected children. Through this event, I want the world to really see them and their needs because more often than not, these people in need are ignored,” Verzosa said.

The CEO has received numerous awards for his charity works that include the Philanthropist of the Year 2021 Award from the American Association of the Philippines and the Humanitarian of the Year 2022 Award from People Asia.

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