1897 Quinine Gin
1897 Quinine Gin partners with us to help achieve a malaria free world. By donating at least £5 from the sale of every bottle (RRP £39.95) – that’s half of the producer’s profits – they are helping support our lifesaving work.
Their story is rooted in the origins of the malaria fight. It shares its birthday - August 20th - with World Mosquito Day, a day celebrating the occasion British Doctor Ronald Ross discovered that mosquitoes transmit malaria - one of the world’s deadliest diseases.
We were delighted to be voted as one of Deutsche Bank’s Charities of the Year. In 2014, employees across the organisation have come forward to join the fight against the disease that takes the life of a child every minute and harms the future of many more.
Their staff of over 3,600 employees raised over £800,000 to help end malaria deaths and ensure a future for young people in Africa.
Fever-Tree, the pioneering natural premium mixer brand, and Malaria No More UK, have been working together since 2013. Many of the communities where Fever-Tree sources its ingredients experience the devastating effects of malaria. To date, Fever-Tree have raised vital funds and awareness to help make malaria no more through events, digital campaigns, teaming up with spirit and on trade partners and releasing metallic collared co-branded bottles around World Malaria Day.
Fever-Tree are also a founding member of the Malaria No More Leaders’ Circle, leading the fight to put malaria out of business for good.
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is playing an important part in protecting communities from malaria and has been a supporter and partner since our launch. In 2013 we teamed up with GSK pain relief brand Panadol, who donated 5p for every pack purchased in April and May, raising a total of £100,000 to help beat malaria. This year, we're excited to be teaming up to work on a groundbreaking campaign to ensure leaders make a commitment to end malaria at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2018.
GlaxoSmithKline is also a founding member of the Malaria No More Leaders’ Circle, leading the fight to put malaria out of business for good.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Major multinational law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, have been working with Malaria No More UK since 2016. Committed to supporting our work to end malaria within a generation, the organisation has provided considerable pro bono legal advice and financial support, as well as working with Malaria no More UK at events for their energy and infrastructure sector clients.
Herbert Smith Freehills is also a founding member of the Malaria No More Leaders’ Circle, leading the fight to put malaria out of business for good.
British fashion brand Jack Wills has been partnering with Malaria No More UK since 2011, uniting staff and customers behind the goal to end malaria deaths. During this time, Jack Wills has been part of a movement that has seen child deaths from malaria drop by 65% since 2000. They have raised a tremendous £250,000 to help bring forward the day that we can make malaria no more.
Jack Wills is selling two beaded African bracelets and the Sandhill Wrap – traditionally inspired kikoy an item exclusive to the East African coast – that are raising funds to help fight malaria,
Malaria No More UK and Rentokil Initial have been working together since 2011 when we formed a strong relationship based on the shared objective of tackling the ultimate pest - malaria. Since that time Rentokil Initial staff have been united in their efforts to support us raising a fantastic £100,000 to help end malaria. CEO Andy Ransom says: “Our vision is to protect people and enhance lives, which has great synergy with Malaria No More UK’s cause. We are proud that our business and colleagues are helping contribute to the outstanding goal of ending malaria deaths for good.”
Rentokil Initial is also a founding member of the Malaria No More Leaders’ Circle, leading the fight to put malaria out of business for good.