Martin Nievera invites you on a journey with him

posted May 14, 2016 at 05:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
On May 24, a special concert billed Journeys with Martin Nievera will be staged at the Samsung Hall in SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City. 

The country’s best crooner and all-around good guy—Concert King Martin Nievera—lends his voice in a one-of-a-kind benefit concert for the EPCALM Adult Leukemia Foundation of the Philippines. 

Concert King Martin Nievera stages a concert at the at the Samsung Hall in SM Aura Premier, Bonifacio Global City
Now on its 11th year, EPCALM is the only non-profit organization in the country focused on extending timely, personalized, practical and family-oriented support for patients journeying through leukemia, as well as their families. It works through networks of committed partners and volunteers to extend spiritual, medical and financial services and resources. 

Journeys is all about you and me giving hope to our sick sisters and brothers—as they journey toward wholeness—healthier, happier. However different our individual journeys may be, let Martin’s distinct brand of music get you through life’s challenges, through his songs of inspiration, healing, triumph, and hope.

As Martin, an honorary EPCALM Board Member, said: “I sing; you save.”

EPCALM receives requests for assistance every single day. Concert proceeds will go to the EPCALM Hope Fund, launched on April 1, to sustain the various EPCALM services and ministries, and raise the much-needed financial resources to make a holistic difference in the lives of adult leukemia patients and their families. 

Tickets are now available in all SM Cinemas and SM Supermalls. For inquiries and reservations, please call SM Tickets 470 2222. For online ticket purchases, visit 

For details, please contact Sunny Ku, EPCALM Board Director Mobile No. 0917.883.1999

E-mail: [email protected]

Topics: Martin Nievera , Journeys with Martin Nievera
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