Mikel Lovina Jamborun 2018 to Raise Money for Love Bags

Mikel Lovina

Mikel Lovina

The Mikel Lovina Jamborun is a 21-km run that commemorates the passing of Mikel Lovina, who was only 18 when he died in a car accident.

Started as a family fun run in 2013, when family and friends ran 16 kilometers to commemorate the years since Mikel’s passing in 1997, it has become a yearly tradition and has now evolved into a fundraising event for charity.

When: February 4, 2018
Where: Bacolod and Manila (simultaneous runs)
Distance: as many kilometers as you want!

More details will be emailed to participants/donors at a later date

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NVC’s Love Bags go to students who can’t afford school bags and school supplies

For 2018, the Jamborun proceeds will go to NVC’s Love Bag project. The Love Bag consists of a sturdy backpack filled with one year’s worth of school supplies, given to a child of limited means living in remote parts of the Philippines.

Each Jamborun entry of P750 is equal to one Love Bag. The donor also receives 2 raffle tickets for a chance to win one of the following prizes:

  • Timex watch 
  • MilestonePod sports app
  • Vamos merchandise
  • Nike Park/ Bootcamp / GAS Jeans gift certificates
  • Paseo 59C, WokBy, Good Earth Roasts, Maximo restaurant gift certificates
  • Starbucks gift certificates 
  • Pacific Bay Seafood products

Use the form below to make your donation. Online donations will be acknowledged via email. Raffle winners will also be notified via email and prizes will be sent via courier.

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For Mikel’s family, pictured here, the fun run is a way to continue celebrating his birthday, keep his memory alive, and foster in the next generation the values by which Mikel lived. He was a loving son, a protective brother, a true friend, a gentleman and a revered sportsman. Those closest to him want to continue his legacy and share this with as many people as they can.

For more information, please contact

In Manila:
Ines Lovina Santiago
In Bacolod:
Andrea Aguilar