I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! supports Malaria No More UK
You may have thought this year’s I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! was all about celebrities having it out with cockroaches and scorpions in the Australian jungle but did you know that 15p from every vote helps to save lives from malaria? A preventable disease that claims the life of a child every single minute, malaria is still a problem in a number of countries around the world, something UK charity Malaria No More UK is working on as part of the UN’s Millenium Goal to achieve near zero deaths from malaria by 2015.
This year, I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! and the voting public are getting together once again to support the work of Malaria No More UK. 15p from every phone vote is being donated to the charity. This small amount may not have much purchasing power in the UK, but in Africa, 15p goes a long way. It will buy enough rope, net and nails to hang two life saving mosquito nets.
This is the fourth year Malaria No More UK are working with I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! Funds raised previous years are making a huge difference in Ghana, where the entire population is at risk of malaria and the charity is supporting the distribution of free mosquito nets to every home in need, helping protect the entire population of 24 million by the end of 2012! Support from this year’s show will continue to support Malaria No More UK’s vital work towards a world where no child dies from malaria. It really is a case that every vote counts
Find out more at http://malarianomore.org.uk/im-a-celebrity