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Stephen Curry and Under Armour to Release “Nothing But Nets” Curry 4 to Fight Malaria

Stephen Curry and Under Armour to Release “Nothing But Nets” Curry 4 to Fight Malaria

Stephen Curry in Tanzania with Nothing But Nets

“As a father, I can’t imagine a world where kids are still dying unnecessarily from a preventable disease like malaria,” said Curry. “With my partners at Under Armour, we’re releasing this special colorway of the Curry 4 so that fans can be part of the solution with me.”

On December 31, Under Armour and Stephen Curry, who serves as the Global Ambassador for the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, will release a limited-edition Curry 4 Low colorway to support the fight against malaria. For every pair sold, Stephen will donate an insecticide-treated bed net to Nothing But Nets, protecting kids, refugees, and families from malaria.

Stephen wore the new colorway, aptly named “Nothing But Nets,” as he worked out before last night’s game against the Utah Jazz. The bright red colorway with netting design found on the heel is inspired by his involvement in the campaign’s efforts to send nets and help save lives from malaria.

“As a father, I can’t imagine a world where kids are still dying unnecessarily from a preventable disease like malaria,” said Curry. “With my partners at Under Armour, we’re releasing this special colorway of the Curry 4 so that fans can be part of the solution with me.”

First learning about malaria while at Davidson College, Stephen has supported the Nothing But Nets campaign for many years and conducted his own Three for Three Challenge for the past five NBA seasons, donating three bed nets for every three-pointer he makes.

In 2013, Stephen traveled with Nothing But Nets to Nyarugusu Refugee Camp in Tanzania, operated by Nothing But Nets partner UNHCR. Nyarugusu is one of the largest refugee camps in the world and malaria is the leading cause of illness and death. There, he helped deliver more than 38,000 bed nets to refugees and hung nets in a few homes. Since 2006, Nothing But Nets has raised more than $65 million dollars and delivered more than 12 million bed nets and other life-saving malaria prevention and treatment to families in 31 countries.

“We have made tremendous progress in the fight against malaria, but the fact remains that a child dies every two minutes from this disease,” said Margaret Reilly McDonnell, executive director of Nothing But Nets. “Stephen understands how something as simple as a net – or in this case a net per shoe – can help us save lives. We are so proud to have him and Under Armour on our team to defeat malaria.”

The Curry 4 Low “Nothing But Nets” colorway will release for $120 USD at Under Armour Brand Houses and UA.com in the United States, Canada, and China on December 31. Each shoe purchased delivers a life-saving anti-malaria bed net and educates the recipient on its proper use.

To learn how you can join Stephen Curry and Under Armour to support Nothing But Nets to save lives and help defeat malaria, visit http://www.NothingButNets.net/Steph.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/12/prweb15045834.htm

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