Help us make malaria no more
Whilst the world goes through the unprecedented global pandemic of Covid-19, we are reminded on World Malaria Day of a cause that remains close to our hearts here at Fever-Tree.
Protecting the health of those most vulnerable is front of mind for us all at the moment, which is why we are asking you to join in helping us to make sure that progress in the fight against malaria is protected during this global health emergency. Malaria No More UK are hosting a fundraising appeal on Sunday 26th April on BBC Radio 4. You can tune in here and for every £1 donated, up to £15,000, Fever-Tree will triple the total*.
Together, we can improve a malaria-free world within a generation.
What's it got to do with Fever-Tree?
As long as malaria exists, it will continue to threaten the poorest and most vulnerable – pregnant women and children in Africa are most at risk. This is why, amidst our efforts to fight the coronavirus and support communities closer to home at this very challenging time, we are remembering our longer-term fight against malaria.
Despite an unprecedented decline in malaria cases and deaths from 2000-2015, the last three years has seen progress slow. We want to do everything we can to ensure that the fight against malaria continues to be won. To help us achieve this, please remember to listen in and donate to Malaria No More’s appeal tomorrow on BBC Radio 4.
*For the first £15,000 donated through this appeal Fever-Tree will give £2 for every £1 donated through the BBC Radio 4 appeal. That means the value of your gift can be tripled.