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Huffington Post
April 17, 2014

Compete to Beat Malaria and Save Lives

Every 60 seconds, a child dies from malaria. This isn’t an old statistic — this is reality for thousands of children in sub-Saharan Africa today in 2014. The United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign has been working hard since 2006 to change this reality. And we’re making great progress — over the last decade, coordinated global efforts have helped to reduce child mortality rates from malaria by half. We want — and need — to defeat malaria for good. And what is so profound is that hundreds and hundreds of kids here in the U.S. have joined us in this mission.

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ESPN
March 12, 2014

Rick Reilly To Focus On Television Duties For ESPN Starting July 1

Rick Reily, ESPN.com’s long-time front-page columnist, has decided to go part-time. Beginning July 1, Reilly will let his weekly column go and concentrate on television duties for ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown, presenting his weekly four-minute human interest features as well as other features and essays for SportsCenter and Sunday NFL Countdown.

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The Needham Channel
January 17, 2014

"Treat Others Well" Nothing But Nets

Needham's Treat cupcake Bar finds sweet ways to help those in need.

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Buzzfeed
December 13, 2013

Top 13 Celebs for Social Good in 2013

Last season, the Golden State Warriors player proved how dedicated he was to protecting families from malaria with Nothing But Nets.

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Furniture World
November 26, 2013

Got Sleep? Partners With Nothing But Nets to Send Mosquito Nets to Africa

Every 60 seconds, a child in Africa dies due to malaria, a disease that is contracted at night. In an effort to protect families from mosquito-borne malaria, Got Sleep? reported that it has partnered with the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign. An innovative new specialty sleep store that assists on-the-go mall shoppers in alleviating their common sleep problems, Got Sleep? aims to help customers achieve their best rest.

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Warriors.com
October 30, 2013

Stephen Curry Continues Three For Three Challenge Benefiting Nothing But Nets For 2013-14 Season

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will once again participate in the Three for Three Challenge for the 2013-14 season by donating three life-saving bed nets to the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign for every three-pointer he makes this season, it was announced today. The Warriors also announced today the team will match Curry’s donation throughout the 2013-14 season, meaning six life-saving bed nets will be donated for every three pointer Curry makes this season.

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The Gazette
October 14, 2013

Video: Nothing But Nets Tournament

The Iowa United Nations Association hosted their second annual “Nothing But Nets” soccer tournament this past weekend to raise money for insecticide-treated bed nets that will help families in sub-Saharan Africa prevent malaria from mosquito bites.

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USA Today
October 10, 2013

Stephen Curry, Other NBA Stars Help Needy Overseas

It's Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry going to Tanzania and delivering mosquito nets to families trying to prevent malaria, the leading killer of children in Africa, according to the grassroots organization Nothing But Nets.

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Huffington Post
September 25, 2013

Stephen Curry’s Three-Point Shot Not Only Scores Points But Saves Lives

With all Curry had to celebrate during the NBA season, it is imaginable how he could have approached the NBA off-season as a letdown. Yet, with all the accolades preceding his off-season, one may be surprised to learn that Curry’s greatest feat took place this summer. This summer, Curry was one of 200 current and former NBA players, WNBA players, and coaches who traveled to 39 countries and territories to help grow the game of basketball by giving back to communities in need.

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ESPN
August 16, 2013

Net Gain

These refugees don't know dunks, nor do they know why a 25-year-old NBA star, coming off his breakout season, would fly more than 8,000 miles and 24 hours, risk malaria, typhoid and yellow fever, just to hang bed nets in their mud huts for the anti-malaria program Nothing But Nets. On his vacation.

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