Together, we can make a difference in the fight against childhood diseases.
Kids just want to be kids, but instead of playing sports with their friends or catching butterflies on a sunny day, these kids are getting liver transplants, taking dozens of medications, or getting their next dose of chemotherapy.
You have the power to help by raising funds for research that will save precious little lives. Whether selling Jeans for Genes merchandise at your school or office, holding a ‘Bake it Blue’ bake sale, or asking your friends and connections online to support a great cause, your support is vital.
Cancer, cystic fibrosis and rare metabolic disorders all have genetic causes - and research offers solutions
By correcting errors in DNA, we can find treatments and cures
1 in 20 children worldwide is born with a birth defect or genetic disease. Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) is dedicated to advancing the treatment and prevention of childhood diseases, so every child has the opportunity for a healthy start to life.
We've been helping to save children's lives for over 65 years.
CMRI is backed by a range of charitable trusts and foundations who understand that our research is a long-term operation that requires passion, commitment and investment.
Great Cycle Challenge is a riding event that takes place in October, with all proceeds going to support CMRI's cancer research.
1 in 20 children is born with a birth defect or genetic disease, that's 12 every minute worldwide. They face a lifetime of hospital visits, transplants, or therapy and that's if they survive.
By donating, you will help us create a healthier, brighter future for children in Australia and around the world. Children like Fred and Linke fighting cancer, or Charlize and Madeline battling a lifelong genetic condition.
Together, we can help the children of the future live their healthiest lives.
If you would like more information about our research or other ways to get involved with our cause then please contact us at [email protected]
There are many ways you can take part in Jeans for Genes. To get you started, we’ve put together this helpful booklet.
Use this poster to write your own event details on! Choose from one of our resilient campaign kids: Arato, Emmanuel, Emilia, Kalarny, Sophia
Introduce young children to STEM and encourage them to become future scientists!
Science activities for your school STEM program or use them at home to help your curious kids become future scientists!