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Challenge your friends with a quiz

You’re stuck inside and missing the weekly quiz at your local? Host your own and help end malaria whilst you flex those brain muscles. All you need is a Zoom account (or any other video conference software!) and you can invite your friends and family to take part in your quiz. You can charge teams to enter or you can ask participants to donate what they can.

Bake, Donate, Nominate

If you’re missing out on your Big Bug Bake this year because of lockdown don’t worry, because you can take it online! Bake one of your favourites, donate to help us end malaria, then post it on your social media with nominations asking your friends to do the same. You can share recipes, hold a virtual bake-off and even leave some treats on the doorsteps of self-isolating loved ones.

Tournaments or Game nights

Don’t worry if running isn’t your thing. Hop on a Zoom call with your closest friends where you can play any number of games online – host a poker tournament where part of the winnings are donated, find your favourite board games online, play video game tournaments where donating to Malaria No More UK is a forfeit. The possibilities are endless!

Amazon Smile

Do good while you shop with Amazon Smile. Just go to, log in to your Amazon account and choose Malaria No More United Kingdom as your charity. Every time you make a purchase on Amazon 0.5% of your purchase goes towards the fight to end malaria without any extra cost to you. Make sure you add to your bookmarks so you can always give while you shop

MNMUK Fundraisers taking part in Tough Mudder

Take on a challenge!

Go the distance with us! Why not take on one of the following...

There are so many more challenges to take on. Skydive from 10,000 feet, climb Kilimanjaro, trek the Sahara or even the North Pole. Take on a once in a lifetime challenge and see the world’s most breath-taking locations while helping to free the world of a killer disease. Choose your challenge!

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2.6 Challenge

During the pandemic, the London Marathon and countless other events have had to be cancelled. So the UK’s charities have come together to bring you the 2.6 Challenge. The 2.6 Challenge starts on the 26th April can be any activity you like – from running 2.6 miles to holding an online workout with 26 of your friends. Whatever your age or ability, you can take part. After all, we’re not looking for superheroes. We’re looking for Home Heroes.

Orlando Brooke and Mozzy Man running laps of the Oval Cricket Ground

Race To Kigali

Next year in Spring we will hold the 2021 Malaria Summit in Kigali where world leaders and experts will gather to discuss how we can advance the global malaria campaign and end it for good. But we need your help to get there! This is a fantastic virtual team event that you can do with work colleagues or friends. You can run, walk or cycle and count up the miles of your team until you hit the 5,000 mile target. Get sponsorship for your challenge and help us to make the Malaria Summit even more impactful!

People running the London Marathon

London Marathon 2021

With 35,000 people running the UK’s best known event and a party atmosphere all along the route, this is one event not to be missed. If you get a place for the 2021 race and would like to run to make malaria no more, we would love to hear from you.

Location: London
Dates: 3 October 2021
Distance: 26.2 miles
Minimum sponsorship: As much as you can raise!

Community fundraisers wearing Malaria No More UK tshirts fundraising money by selling cakes

It doesn't have to be sporty!

Fundraising doesn't have to be sporty, and there are so many ways you can help to raise money to end malaria in your school or workplace. Why not hold a Big Bug Bake, helping to end malaria one bug-themed bake sale at a time? Get some more inspiration for creative and unique fundraisers by downloading our Fundraising Toolkit.

What's it like to fundraise for us?

"After 26 hours of tortuous pain and a rollercoaster of emotions, seeing my mum and girlfriend at the finishing line was utter jubilation."