Ground-breaking comedy website and innovative charity Malaria No More have teamed up to launch Malarious this World Mosquito Day.

Malarious is a collection of twenty-four comedy videos featuring celebrity actors and comedians to help raise money for the fight against malaria. By giving a minimum contribution of one dollar to help Malaria No More save lives, anyone can view all of the Malarious shorts, which will live exclusively at

Filmed throughout the summer in New York City and Los Angeles, Malarious features more than thirty celebrities in outrageous and hysterical minute-long videos to benefit Malaria No More, the charity that seeks to end deaths from the mosquito-borne disease. Malarious marks the first time has produced a series of original pay-to-view content for charity, making it possible for viewers to watch and enjoy funny videos on the internet, while at the same time providing an opportunity to treat a child for malaria.

The celebrities featured in the Malarious shorts include past Malaria No More supporters David Arquette, Elizabeth Banks, Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci of Garfunkel and Oates, Rachael Harris, Ed Helms, Ellie Kemper, Nick Kroll, Paul Scheer and Scott Wolf, along with new supporters Rhys Darby, Brooklyn Decker, Gilbert Gottfried, Tony Hale, Takeru Kobayashi, Josh Lawson, Nick Offerman, Penn & Teller, Aubrey Plaza, Ben Schwartz, Kenan Thompson, Reggie Watts, Joss Whedon, Allison Williams, Rainn Wilson, Josh Wolf and Weird Al Yankovic, plus additional appearances by Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Thomas Middleditch, Chris Pratt and Adam Scott.

“Malarious is quite simply one of the coolest things we’ve ever done. It sits at the intersection of talent, production, and technology—three things CollegeHumor is already great at—and adds charity, something we’ve never done before,” says Sam Reich, President of Original Content at CollegeHumor Media. “Malaria No More has been a great partner, and it’s moving to see so many stars come out to do crazy things for this cause. On one hand, this is a very modern experiment, but on the other, it has the nostalgic feel of a high school talent show.”

Every minute, a child dies from malaria, but it can be stopped. For a minimum contribution of just one dollar, users can see celebrities performing in ridiculous sketches—getting pied in the face, attempting to swallow a sword, reciting slam poetry and more—and every contribution will help treat a child for malaria. Anyone can have a laugh and help save lives at

“Our organization has played in the comedy space before, but never with the simple one-to-one ratio of Malarious,” says Dr. David Bowen, CEO of Malaria No More. “With ease and a little pocket change, viewers can watch their favorite celebrities and save a life in the matter of one minute. It doesn’t get much better than that.”

For more information, and to contribute and watch the Malarious videos, visit Follow Malarious on Twitter at @CollegeHumor and @MalariaNoMore, #malarious.

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