The NBA star is a champion of “Nothing But Nets”—a program providing anti-malaria bed nets to children in Africa
After his electrifying run in the NBA playoffs, Warriors guard Stephen Curry became an authentic national sports figure. Accordingly, the endorsement and public appearance deals poured in. But Curry had a different idea.
He built his summer schedule around a trip 8,000 miles away to a refugee camp in Tanzania. There Curry helped hang mosquito netting for African refugees.