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Bay Area News Group
February 24, 2015

Warriors’ Curry Going to White House

Warriors guard Stephen Curry is scheduled to speak at the White House on Wednesday in support of the fight against malaria and could meet with President Obama.

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Huffington Post
February 23, 2015

Stop Wallowing, Start Giving

I sat down with entrepreneur and the brains behind Parachute, Ariel Kaye. Her company makes a range of gorgeous sheets and home decor, all made in Italy - and made without any chemicals or synthetic materials. A huge part of the Parachute business is giving back. For each sheet set you buy, they donate a mosquito nest through Nothing But Nets.

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San Francisco Chronicle
December 05, 2014

C’mon, S.F., Hop Aboard the Warriors’ Bandwagon

OK, all you Warriors-come-lately San Francisco fans, the true-blue believers are calling you out. They’re sick and tired of you phenomenon rooters. After all, they’ve been following the Bay Area’s hottest must-watch team forever — or at least the last two months.

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ESPNW
December 01, 2014

Ruth Riley Feeling Humbled, Honored And Inspired

Looking over the audience at the Junior Chamber International (JCI) World Congress this past weekend in Leipzig, Germany, brought back fond memories of my experiences at the 2004 Olympics. It reminded me of the opening ceremonies, where the beauty and diversity that exists in our world was highlighted by the amazing culmination of countries, cultures, ages and races. 

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CNN
November 20, 2014

Ebola Outbreak: Ways to Help

Africa is facing the worst Ebola outbreak in history and it's arrival in America has prompted many people to finally take notice of the deadly disease.

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Mashable
April 25, 2014

7 Facts You Need to Know About World Malaria Day

Friday marks World Malaria Day, an annual awareness campaign to shed light on the preventable and curable disease that still kills hundreds of thousands every year. This year's World Malaria Day continues the theme "Invest in the future, defeat malaria," calling attention to the many efforts to end all malaria-related deaths by 2015.

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Virgin Unite
April 25, 2014

World Malaria Day: Help Cover a Continent

Did you know that a child dies from malaria every 60 seconds? This is not only unacceptbale in this day and age, it is also preventable with access to the right equipment and medication.

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Humanitas Global Development
April 25, 2014

This World Malaria Day, Take Action to Fight Malaria

When I was a child in the 1980s, my parents worried when I had a fever, but they always knew I would recover from it. Due to the successful efforts of the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to eliminate malaria in the U.S. after WWII, and prevent its reintroduction by monitoring and treating cases brought in by travelers, they never had to worry that this disease could claim my life.

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DesignSponge.com
April 23, 2014

Biz Ladies Profile: Ariel Kaye of Parachute

Another defining aspect of our business is our partnership with Nothing But Nets. From inception, creating a socially responsible business was imperative to me. Parachute delivers great sleep for our customers, and in turn, provides safe sleep to families in Africa, by sending life-saving malaria nets to those in need. Every 60 seconds a child dies from malaria – we are thrilled to be making a positive impact to change that staggering statistic.

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US News & World Report
April 21, 2014

There Was a Giant Mosquito at the White House Easter Egg Roll

The news out of the White House Monday mainly revolved around the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, which took place on the South Lawn all morning. And while there was a lot of chatter about a life-size Easter Bunny (played by a White House staffer) and some sightings of the first dogs, Sunny and Bo, the weirdest “animal” in attendance was a giant mosquito.

“On the court was a man dressed as a mosquito,” pointed out po

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