Dear SV has found a new home at the Kapuso network, and since November 18, it’s bringing you brand-new episodes filled with heartwarming tales of resilience and hope from ordinary Filipinos.

Hosted by the charismatic Tutok to Win Party-List Representative, Sam “SV” Verzosa, ‘Dear SV’ emerges as a shining light of hope, reaching out to individuals and communities nationwide. The show pledges support through sustainable livelihood, scholarships, employment opportunities, and financial assistance. Originally premiering on CNN Philippines last February, it’s now ready to weave its inspirational magic on GMA.

Fondly known as SV, he takes pride in the public service program because it has exposed him to the genuine stories of real people. SV has personally witnessed the harsh realities of life, some of which he initially thought were only suitable for the reel. One of his most unforgettable encounters was with 86-year-old Lola Fedeng, who makes a living as a pedicab driver to support her family.

“To me, that was really an eye-opener. Imagine, Lola Fedeng still works at her old age. She actually represents the majority of Filipinos who belong to the poverty line, but are still working hard to make both ends meet. Her story is really inspiring. That’s what we want to share – to inspire more.”

Sam has encountered numerous ‘firsts’ in his life through the show, such as pedaling a pedicab, cleaning fish in a wet market, and more. He takes pride in his immersion in the program, emphasizing the valuable life lessons he has learned.

“My close encounters with Lola Fedeng, Tatay Rolando, Ronnie, and others have humbled me. Now, I am grateful and content with what I have,” beams Sam.

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The CEO and Co-Founder of Frontrow International, President of Maserati Philippines, Director for Charity of Miss Universe Philippines, co-founder of Frontrow Cares, and founder of Batang Sampaloc Scholarship Foundation Inc., asserts that he preserves his late father’s legacy by aiding the helpless. This commitment is the driving force behind his ongoing efforts to share his blessings. Additionally, he consistently recalls his father’s advice: “Never forget to give back.”

“I’m more excited now with our new home network,” Sam quips. “This will give us more opportunities to share more inspiring stories to many Filipinos through the network’s wider reach.”

‘Dear SV’ doesn’t just focus on individuals; it also highlights communities that overcome hardships to enhance and uplift their living conditions.

“My advocacy is to help the helpless who work hard to improve their standard of living. And that’s exactly what ‘Dear S’ stands for,” concludes Sam.

‘Dear SV’ is broadcast every Saturday at 11:30 PM on the GMA network.

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