World Malaria Day
2014
Play to your sports passion and athletic abilities by taking a Nothing But Nets sports challenge during the month of April.
  • World Malaria Day is April 25
    Join the many Nothing But Nets Champions and partners who are taking action this April to help send 25,000 nets.
  • Putting Malaria on the Run
    Summit Coffee brews an annual 5K race in Davidson, North Carolina.
  • Scoring a Goal On Malaria
    The Loomis Chaffee varsity team in Connecticut turned their rivalry game into a charity event.
  • Swim a Lap, Save a Life
    Elizabeth Clymer of Virginia organized a community swim-a-thon.
  • Team Bzzzkill Scores in Chicago
    Eclipse Soccer Club hosted a youth soccer tournament in Chicago.
No sports challenge is too big or small. Whether you play a sport with a basketball net, soccer net or no net at all, we'll give you the tools you need to get started. Challenge yourself and others to help us send nets. Every $10 you raise will help protect families in Africa from malaria.
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Stephen Curry
Fighting Malaria with an All-star
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry continues to pledge his support for his Three for Three Challenge, donating three bed nets to Nothing But Nets for every three-pointer he scores in the 2013-2014 season. Lucky for us, Stephen is leading the NBA in three-pointers scored! What’s more, the Golden State Warriors have also pledged to match every three-pointer he makes, donating three additional bed nets.

Last year, Stephen broke the NBA’s all-time record for most three-pointers made in a season, with 272. He honored his Three for Three Challenge and donated 816 nets, which he was able to hand deliver to refugees in Tanzania last summer.

As loyal supporters, you already know how much we love Stephen but don’t just take our word for it! It’s not every day that you hear President Barack Obama say that Stephen is the best shooter he’s ever seen. We couldn’t agree more, President Obama! You don’t have to be an NBA All-star to help Nothing But Nets. Create your own sports challenge now to send a net and save a life.
Champions
Save Lives
  • The Loomis Chaffee varsity team turned their rivalry game into a charity event.
  • Sarah Friedman and her classmates held a book sale in British Columbia.
  • Eclipse Soccer Club hosted a youth soccer tournament in Chicago.
  • JCI member Madelyn Ahlquist sold hand-crafted bracelets.
  • Rick Reilly’s columns inspire millions to defeat malaria.
  • Designer Alexandra Taylor launched a line of fashion accessories.
  • Megan Walter partnered with her local trampoline park to jump for nets.
  • Elie Nash hosted a garage sale, sold cupcakes and donated her Bat Mitzvah.
  • Summit Coffee brews an annual 5K race in Davidson, North Carolina.
  • Nick Sailor uses rap music as a tool to fight malaria.
Nothing But Nets is a global grassroots campaign to raise awareness and funding to fight malaria, which kills a child every 60 seconds. Nothing But Nets allows everyone from students to CEOs, bishops to basketball players to join the fight against malaria by giving $10 to send a net and save a life.

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