Are you ready to take action and help find treatments and cures for children's genetic diseases?

Fundraise Online

Sign up and choose to fundraise online. You’ll be given your own Jeans for Genes fundraiser page where you can track donations you’ve collected both on and offline. It’s a great place to share your “Dear Genetic Disease” letter and why you are fighting for kids facing genetic diseases. You can connect online with friends and family who want to pitch in as well.

 
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Sell Merchandise

Each year our Jeans for Genes merchandise is sold across Australia by thousands of supporters, fundraisers and volunteers. By selling Jeans for Genes merchandise to friends and family you can help find cures for the 1 in 20 kids living with a birth defect or genetic disease.
 
 
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Donate

Even if you don’t have time to fundraise, you can help fight genetic diseases by making a personal donation. Every dollar you contribute goes directly to Children’s Medical Research Institute, helping our scientists discover cures and save more kids who are fighting genetic disease.

 
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Volunteer

Volunteer on Jeans for Genes Day and you’ll join an awesome team. Donating your time is an important way to help. You’ll be able to select a location near you to sell merchandise and collect donations from the public. Be a part of the Australia-wide celebrations for the 25th Anniversary of this much-loved charity event!

 
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Partner with us

The 25th Anniversary of Jeans for Genes is an important celebration we hope all Aussies can get behind. Corporate, retail, strategic, and community partners can help in so many ways to make this a landmark year for an iconic and much-loved campaign. To discuss how your business can partner with us, please contact James Duffy, Partnerships Manager on 02 8865 2830 or email jduffy@cmri.org.au

 
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Support a Friend

Here’s where you can donate to someone you know who has set up a Jeans for Genes page and is raising funds to help kids fighting genetic diseases.

 
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