Celebrities lend helping hands at the Earth Day Jam 2013

9th Avenue corner 34th Street Bonifacio Global City, Taguig-Philippines

concert stage

early birds gets the best place at the concert grounds

Earth Day Jam t-shirt  for sale- the proceeds of the sales goes to the Earth Day Foundation

Pilipinas Youth Environment  Network 

Kilus Foundation

Kababaihang Iisa ang Layuning Umunlad ang Sambayanan or KILUS   Foundation is an  all women organization consisting of 500 strong women force based on Barangay Ugong, Pasig City.The  primary objective is to help clean up mother earth and give livelihood to our less fortunate constituents.

bags made from recycled tetra packs juices and spaghetti sauce

Telefax: (632) 671-2834

Address: (Office & Showroom):
36 C. Santos St. Ugong, Pasig City 1604 Philippines
Address: (Branch & Showroom)
Tiendesitas Fashion Village Section
Frontera Verde, Ortigas Avenue, Corner C-5, Ugong, Pasig City Philippines

Website: http://www.kilus.org/

Mr. Ivan Mayrina ( White shirt ) a senior reporter/ anchor and host of GMA channel 7 and QTV channel 11 together with an Earth Day Jam participant

It was my first time as a writer/ blogger  to join the country’s longest-running environmental awareness concert for Mother Earth, Earth Day Jam, stages a brand-new environmental campaign, bringing on the critical global climate change issue straight to public’s doorstep. The FREE public concert started in Subic , Zambales as a small gathering of artists and environmental advocates 12 years ago.

Kalayo started the performance with a bang

Since then, the event had grown bigger with several host cities like ( Tomas Morato street)  Quezon City,  SM MOA – Pasay  and Fort Bonifacio Global City .

Ms. Lou Bonnevie- event organizer

The last time that i was able to join the Earth Day Jam  sometime in 2005  when the concert was held  in Tomas Morato street  in Quezon City. The concert started at around past 7:00pm . The  crowd swell to more than 6,000 by the time the concert started .

L-R program hosts Ms. Monica Llamas, Mr. Alvin Anson, Ms. Lou Bonnevie and Ms. Issa Litton

Ms. Gretchen Fullido of ABS-CBN channel 2

Featuring some of the country’s favorite rock bands like Rocksteddy, Callalily, Rivermaya, Sandwich, Moonstar 88, Ely Buendia’s new group called Oktaves with Nina,  Brownman Revival, Reggae Mistress, former 6Cyclemind frontman Ney, Lou, Kitchie Nadal and Barbie Almalbis with newbies Abra, Gracenote and Absolute Play.

Mr. Teddy Corpuz- singer/ vocalist of Rocksteddy

Earth Day Jam 2013, which has turned into a traditional annual venue for aspiring and established Filipino  pop artists over the years, is seeking to bring in more personalities to embrace the concert’s pro-environment campaign.

Booster Energy Drink

There are also around a dozen advocacy booths which promotes their advocates such as waste recycling , selling of t-shirts for the foundation and eco-friendly transportation .

DENR booth gave away free tree saplings

Department of Environment and Natural Resources ( DENR ) advocacy booth gave away FREE tree saplings for those who are interested in planting  tree seedlings in their backyard . The officials from the agency also gave away interesting leaflets , posters and booklets on how to save mother nature and the environment .

Reggae Mistress

Sponsors include  Department of Environment and Natural Resources , Smart Communications, Shell Philippines, Energy Development Corp., PCSO, PAGCOR with support from NLEX and Climate Change Commission, MYX, The Philippine STAR, Business World, Crossover and Radio High.

Note: I would like to ” Thank” Mr. Ross del Rosario for the warm invitation extended to us, Ms. Lou Bonnevie and Ms. Carol

All photos are taken by the author, to those people who would like to use the pictures for any purposes please link this site.

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