st August. Rachael said: “There are many ways to show your support for Jeans for Genes from wearing denim on the 1st August, buying merchandise, volunteering time or holding your own unique fundraising activity such as a morning tea or office fashion parade.“ Every dollar raised on the day helps fund research into birth defects and diseases such as cancer, epilepsy, and a range of genetic disorders. Rachael continues: “I’m so proud to be part of Jeans for Genes, as a new mum I’m hugely conscious of Violet’s long-term health. CRMI are doing incredible things that will help protect our children and their children’s children.” CRMI was established from grass roots community support in 1958 and still relies heavily on the support of individuals. Barry Kenyon, Jeans for Genes, National Campaign Manager, said: “We’re hugely excited to have Rachael involved in this years campaign, the public support for Jeans for Genes over the past 20 years has been overwhelming. We hope to turn all of that public support into vital funds for CMRI and make our 21st celebrations of Jeans for Genes the biggest ever!” Jeans for Genes Day will take place on Friday 1ST August. For more information or to register your support visit jeansforgenes.org.au]]>
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