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Joss Whedon, Weird Al and More Get Malarious for Malaria

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In what has to be one of the most innovative celebrity driven charitable campaigns we’ve seen in a while, Malaria No More and College Humor teamed up to raise money for Malaria.

In order to convince the world to donate, they are offering over 24 videos featuring 30 of our favorite comedians doing ridiculous things. How do you get to watch Joss Whedon think up bad “malarious” ideas, Elizabeth Banks get hit with pies, or David Arquette strip à la Magic Mike? You just have to donate a buck. Or five hundred thousand bucks. Whatever you can afford. Any donation amount gets you access to the same funny content.

All the funds go to a great cause. Malaria No More is working to end malaria deaths. Their website says they are “helping the world get it done by engaging leaders, rallying the public, and delivering life-saving tools and education to families across Africa.”

Watch the preview of the awesome looking videos below, and then donate to get full access.

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