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By: Jenna Sauber

Sleep Out to End Malaria on April 24, 2010

June 15, 2017
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World Malaria Day, April 25, is just two short months away! This is a day when everyone around the world shows their commitment to eradicating malaria, and this year is no different.

We have a goal to end malaria deaths by 2015. To achieve this goal, we need to show world leaders that there is a large group of Americans committed to stopping malaria in Africa. We think world leaders will pay attention if we come together for one night to show the strength of our community.

That’s why we need you, your friends, family, and neighbors to Sleep Out to End Malaria on the eve of World Malaria Day – April 24, 2010. Let’s show families in Africa and world leaders that they’re not alone in the fight against malaria. You’ve already been sending nets and saving lives; now it’s time to join the movement and unite with thousands of others to Sleep Out to End Malaria, on April 24, 2010, World Malaria Day Eve.

Join Americans across the country by hosting or participating in a Sleep Out under the stars in your backyard, in your school’s gym, in your church or synagogue, or anyplace you want.

Ready to get started? It’s really easy:

1. Go to and create or join a NET-Raiser Team. 
2. Make sure the box is checked at the very end that says “Sign me up to Sleep Out!”

Already a NET-Raiser? You’re one step ahead. Click here to sign up for the Sleep Out. 

Stay tuned as we’ll be sending you a great Sleep Out Toolkit with tips on how to organize your World Malaria Day Sleep Out, how to recruit your NETwork, and where to get your Sleep Out gear. We’ll also share ideas from other team captains across the country.

Sign up to Sleep Out today! Let’s show families in Africa and world leaders that they’re not alone in the fight against malaria.  

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