Jeans for Genes
Jeans for Genes Day is more than an excuse to wear your favourite pair of jeans - it's an initiative to raise much-needed funds for children's medical research.
This Jeans for Genes Day, Friday 3rd August, workplaces, classrooms and streets everywhere will be awash with denim in a united stance against childhood disease...
Children’s Medical Research Institute
The vital work of the scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is carried out with the single aim to improve and extend the lives of children everywhere. Currently, 1 in 20 children is born with a congenital abnormality or genetic disease. That’s over 12,000 children born in Australia each year. CMRI is dedicated to changing that. Medical research is the only way to discover cures for conditions affecting children such as cancer, epilepsy and a range of genetic defects.
There’s no better feeling than knowing you’re helping future generations of kids – all while having fun!