Fever Tree Mixers’ April long anti-malaria campaign is nearing its end, so don’t forget to support this initiative if you’re planning to enjoy a gin and tonic this weekend.
For everyone who posts on Instagram or Twitter with @FeverTreeMixers and #MalariaMustDie on Instagram or Twitter, the company will donate £5 to Malaria No More UK, a charity which includes David Beckham among its supporters.
This weekend, raise a glass to end malaria! Every time someone shares a picture of a 'cheers', @FeverTreeMixers will give £5 to @MalariaNoMoreUK. We're opting for a G&T – join us! #MalariaMustDie pic.twitter.com/vQG3vsvIFW
— Martin Miller's Gin (@MartinMillerGin) April 22, 2018
The product itself has a link to fighting malaria, as the quinine that gives tonic water its gentle bitterness was also an important anti-malarial ingredient, used for centuries to ward off this deadly disease.
While promoting the campaign, the company have said that “whilst there are still millions affected by malaria today, with continued global support, we could be the generation to end it for good.”