Elizabeth Banks' Fashion Statement: Mosquitoes Suck

08/24/2010 at 05:30 PM ET

Courtesy Malaria No More

Best known for her comedic roles in The 40-Year Old Virgin and 30 Rock, style star Elizabeth Banks knows when a punch line is good for more than just a laugh. And as the celebrity spokesperson for Malaria No More’s “Mosquitoes Suck” campaign, Banks is encouraging the sartorially conscious shopper to add one more item to her haul—a charitable T-shirt to help fight Malaria! Available online for $20, $10 of each sale will benefit Malaria No More’s mission to abolish deaths caused by the disease. “Malaria robs more children of their dreams than any single disease in Africa. Yet you can help change that with a $10-mosquito net,” says Banks in a statement. By scooping up a cute slogan tee, your $10 contribution to Malaria No More may mean the difference between life and death for an African child. And with the adorable tees available in sizes S-XXL, they are perfect for cuffing, breaking a sweat or just making a statement. Who knew giving back could look so good? To learn more about Malaria No More’s fight against the deadly disease, visit malarianomore.org. –Justine Harman

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