Brooke White, American Idol: Season 7

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Brooke White will be taking the stage with a message this summer.

The season-seven American Idol finalist has teamed with Idol Gives Back and the aid group Malaria No More to encourage kids to spend their vacations not only having fun but  to do their part to make the world a better place, as well.

In addition to doling out tips on how they can help those less fortunate, the Save the World Summer campaign is offering two tickets to next year's Idol finale for the youngster who raises the most funds to buy mosquito-blocking bed nets for children in Africa.

"This generation of American kids is the most globally conscious and actively engaged the world has ever seen," said White, who heads out on tour with American Idols Live next month. "Malaria remains the No. 1 killer of children under five in Africa, claiming more than 1 million lives a year including an African child every 30 seconds, and I am so inspired and proud to be participating in this summer campaign...

"It’s empowering for kids to learn how they can take simple steps to make a huge impact, be it through providing food for a hungry family, planting a tree to combat global warming or donating a bed net to protect a child from malaria."

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