For 10 years Molly McNamara and Logan Martens of have run a one-day, yearly lemonade stand to raise money for Imagine No Malaria. Learn how their efforts have made a big impact on the fight against malaria.
April 25 is World Malaria Day, an international observance dedicated to malaria awareness.
Since 2010, the people of The United Methodist Church through its Imagine No Malaria initiative have focused on reducing malaria deaths in Sub-Saharan Africa. In the process, the denomination has learned that “our God is able, more than able to do more than we can ask or imagine.” Here are five ways The United Methodist Church has impacted malaria.
Can you imagine a world where malaria does not exist, where children live their lives in joy and mothers sleep peacefully knowing their children will wake up healthy?
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Two moms are determined to help the Mississippi Annual Conference raise $1 million in one year to fight malaria. Meet the conference's field coordinator and steering committee chair, who are working to help children everywhere.
Imagine No Malaria has raised 92% toward its denominational fundraising goal of $75 million and expects to top the $69 million mark within the next month. Learn more about conferences that have exceed their goals.