Jeans for Genes Day
Changing The World For Children With Genetic Disorders
Sep 20 2013
Sep 21 2013
Jeans for Genes Day raises money for Genetic Disorders UK and aims to change the world for children with genetic disorders. Genetic disorders affect 1 in 25 children born in theUK - that's more than 30,000 babies each year. Their associated health problems mean that genetic disorders are the biggest cause of death of children aged 14 years and under.
Taking place this year on Friday 20th September 2013, Jeans for Genes Day is the well-known annual fundraising event which simply asks the British public, children and adults alike to wear their jeans for the day and make a £1 / £2 donation. Jeans for Genes Day funds the care and support of children with genetic disorders through its grant programme. In 2013, 23 charities will benefit from the funds raised on Jeans for Genes Day.
Jeans for Genes Day has been previously supported by some of the UK’s most famous celebrity faces, including Robbie Williams, Amanda Holden, Kelly Osbourne, Katie Price, Coleen Rooney, Michelle Keegan, Stacey Solomon, Christine Bleakley and TOWIE and Made In Chelsea cast members, to name just a few! This year Jeans for Genes Day 2013 have many more NEW celebrity supporters which will be announced very soon – all of whom are supporting the charity by modelling their exclusive Jeans for Genes Day 2013 charity t-shirt which goes on sale to the public on Monday 10th June 2013 at www.jeansforgenesday.org
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