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Ways to Give

You can help Nothing But Nets protect the lives of families from malaria across the world by making a donation today. Your donation goes to providing life-saving tools such as bed nets, testing and treatment.

Give Once

Safeguard the health of women, children, and refugees most vulnerable to malaria.
Your gift will provide bed nets, diagnostics and testing, and community healthcare workers to protect communities most at risk.

Give Monthly

Join The Safety Net today, a passionate and dedicated community of monthly givers determined to end malaria in our lifetime.
Your monthly investment goes a long way towards creating a world where no child dies from a mosquito bite.

Give in Honor

Give a meaningful gift in honor of someone special today.
Whether it’s for a birthday, holiday, special achievement or a wedding – give a gift that makes a difference. After your transaction, you can choose an e-card to send to your honoree or their loved ones.

Donate Your Birthday

Donate your birthday and help protect children from malaria so they can celebrate their birthdays, too.
Your friends and family can honor you with a contribution that sends an insecticide-treated bed net to families most in need.


Rally your community to join the global fight against malaria.
 Set your own personal campaign page and fundraising goal, and get creative! Donate your birthday, run a 5K, or raffle off a wacky haircut – it only takes a minute to get started.

Give to the Lifeblood Fund

Donating to our campaign’s general operating fund is a great way to sustain our work long-term. Beyond our day-to-day operations, your unrestricted gift gives us the flexibility to respond to global emergencies as they arise: in recent years, we’ve responded to malaria emergencies in Mozambique, Venezuela, and Nigeria thanks to flexible funding provided by our donors.

Donate Stock or Securities

When you transfer ownership of stocks or securities to Nothing But Nets, you receive a charitable deduction for their full market value and you incur no capital gains tax (subject to IRS deduction limits). 
For more information to execute a stock or securities transfer, please contact Emile Dawisha at

Leave a Legacy

When you make a gift to Nothing But Nets through your estate, you are investing in the lives of future generations of families affected by malaria. Your planned gift (also known as a bequest) helps us move closer towards our ultimate goal of ending this disease for good. With your support, today’s young people can be the first generation to live in a malaria-free world. Including Nothing But Nets in your estate or financial plans affords you the flexibility to defer a gift until after your lifetime. With many planned gifts, you have the power to change your mind at any time. No matter your age or income, you can leave a legacy of compassion for the millions of families around the world affected by malaria. To learn more about planned giving, contact Emile Dawisha below:

Give through a DAF

A Donor Advised Fund (DAF) is the fastest-growing giving vehicle for managing charitable donations.  When you open a DAF account, you can make a contribution of cash, stock, or other assets; and since DAF’s are nonprofits, you are eligible for an immediate tax deduction. Once you’ve established the account, you can let the funds mature tax-free and/or direct grants to the charity of your choice. Recommending grants to Nothing But Nets through your DAF is a quick and easy process. Just follow the steps by clicking below:

Donor Spotlight

The fight against malaria is an important movement to me, because of the amount of deaths malaria causes. I also love the bang for your buck!”

– Bob, Rochester NY

How can we help you?

Our team is ready to help you with any questions you have.

Please contact us by email at or by phone at 202-370-8095.
Our office hours are 9 AM – 5 PM EST Monday – Friday.

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