Friday, February 26, 2010


Malaria kills over a million people a year, most of them children. It afflicts the poorest communities in the world, with devastating economic and social impacts. It's also entirely preventable and treatable. . . .
Stanford F.A.I.T.H and Initiative Against Malaria's first ever
Bloodsuckers Ball
~a social dance-fundraiser to fight malaria in Africa ~
Saturday, March 6th, 8PM-11PM

FREE beginning social dance lesson 7-8 pm
Costume contest! Dress up as your fave bloodsucker. Whether that's Edward or a pesky mosquito…

Tickets available in White Plaza 12 PM-1 PM next week M-F
$10 ~~ the price of a bed net ~~
Get a free button with your ticket.

The Bay Area Against Malaria campaign is a grassroots collaboration between interfaith and malaria activists across Bay Area campuses: ordinary people of all faiths and none doing something extraordinary. Together, we can eradicate deaths from malaria. YOU can help Malaria No More save another life!

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