The football icon, whose role in the sport is now as team owner of MLS side Inter Miami, is shown in his 70s in the video.
The campaign shows the 45-year-old giving a speech in the future where he declares that the world's "oldest and deadliest enemy" has been defeated, as he discusses the end of malaria.
Speaking about the campaign Becks said, "The fight against malaria is a cause close to my heart because the disease remains a huge killer of children and we have the opportunity to change that in our lifetime.
"I've worked with Malaria No More UK since 2009, supporting campaigns and helping shine a light on the challenge.
"Their campaigns always use great creativity and innovation to attract attention to the issue and I'm delighted also to have met some of the inspiring people who are working so hard to end this disease."
It is not the first time that someone has tried to imagine what the former Manchester United winger would look like in the future.
This time the digital mastering of old man Beckham certainly makes the six time Premier League winner look very good for a 70-year-old but in 1998 he wasn't made to look so beautiful.
Back then, when Beckham was about to be the villain of England's World Cup, Four Four Two magazine imagined what he might look like in 2020, and it's fair to say they got it wrong.
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