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Fast Company
June 20, 2018

Facebook fundraising just got even better

Golden State Warrior Steph Curry celebrated his 30th birthday by raising over $82,000 on Facebook for Nothing But Nets, a charity named for a basketball catchphrase but one that is actually about helping combat childhood malaria around the world.

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Elite Daily

Alexandra Daddario’s ‘Baywatch’ Set Story Is Actually Really Hilarious – EXCLUSIVE

Alexandra Daddario is a name you’ve probably been hearing a lot recently — and with good reason. Not only is she a talented actress, working alongside prominent leads in shows and films like True Detective, Baywatch, and The Layover, but she’s also a spokesperson for the United Nations Foundation, and is Kleenex Brand’s newest ambassador (are you keeping up?). With all of these accomplishments under her belt, it begs the question: Is there anything that Alexandra Daddario can’t do? The answer, quite obviously, is no.

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US Weekly Magazine

Stephen Curry vs. LeBron James: All About the NBA Rivals, Their Families and More

In 2012, Curry began donating three insecticide-treated mosquito nets to the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets for every three-pointer he scored. The campaign helps combat malaria.

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Taiwan Today

Taiwan President Tsai eyes enhanced malaria-fighting efforts

Tsai made the remarks while receiving U.S. anti-malaria campaigner Katherine Commale and her family at the Office of the President in Taipei City. The 17-year-old from Pennsylvania first made headlines at age five after she began raising funds to purchase mosquito nets for children in Africa. Over the past 12 years, she helped keep millions safe from malaria on the continent and is a major participant in Nothing But Nets—a global grassroots campaign launched in 2006 by the U.N. Foundation, according to the Office of the President.

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Health.com

This Is The Workout That Got Alexandra Daddario Into ‘Baywatch’ Shape

Alexandra Daddario of Baywatch fame is a force to be reckoned with. In addition to being a big-screen star, she’s also a doting dog mom, spokesperson for the United Nations Foundation, and avid yogi. We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Daddario, who is launching a new partnership with Kleenex. Here, she filled us in on her favorite healthy foods, go-to workouts, and how she manages to find balance.

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CNN
March 26, 2018

The Van Jones Show – Interview with Stephen Curry

Even though he’s an NBA champion, our Global Ambassador Stephen Curry knows there’s more to life than basketball. As he recently shared with CNN’s Van Jones: “I’ve seen firsthand how parents can’t protect their kids from a simple thing like a mosquito bite, and how easy malaria is to prevent.” That’s why he works with us to raise awareness for the fight to end malaria – and we’re grateful to have him on our team!

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Huffington Post

“Malaria Is On Your Doorstep. It Happened to Me, It Could Happen to You”

TV broadcaster, athlete, and malaria survivor Charlie Webster attended the Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit and spoke on Capitol Hill recounting her powerful story of survival for the first time in front of malaria advocates and members of Congress. Webster contracted malaria during the Rio Olympics last summer, went into a coma, and miraculously recovered weeks later. She still deals with the effects of this deadly disease that claims more than 438,000 lives every year – primarily children under age five. At the Nothing But Nets Leadership Summit, Webster addressed over 125 advocates from 29 states, who have convened for World Malaria Day to meet with their elected leaders about the President’s proposed cuts to life-saving global malaria programs.

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The Mercury News
March 23, 2018

How Stephen Curry Focused More on Philanthropy Efforts than “Noise” Surrounding Donald Trump Criticism

If not for the Warriors’ outspokenness and Donald Trump’s impulses on Twitter, the White House would simply represent the president’s official residence and workplace. Instead, the White House symbolized something else. The Warriors voiced doubts about visiting there to celebrate their 2017 NBA championship because of Trump’s divisive rhetoric. Warriors guard Stephen Curry stands at the center of that controversy after publicly saying he would refuse to visit the White House.

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The Montreal Gazette

Natalya Neidhart: Trip to Rwanda was Life-Changing

Five years ago, I went on a trip that would change my life. I went to the African nation of Rwanda with WWE and The United Nations Foundation. The purpose of the trip was to meet with refugees who had fled their homes because of the genocide and fighting that was happening in neighbouring countries. We wanted to give valuable supplies to the refugees who were in hiding and to offer our support in any way that we could.

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People Magazine

Scott Wolf Teams Up with Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Nothing But Nets to Fight HIV and Malaria in Malawi

Scott Wolf is using his star power to spread the word and combat HIV and malaria — two debilitating diseases that, combined, cause more than 2 million deaths each year.

Joining the partnership between Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Nothing But Nets, the world’s largest grassroots campaign fighting malaria, the actor has been fortunate enough to assist in raising funds for a system of five GAIA Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinics that offer holistic healthcare to communities in southern rural Malawi.

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