For the fourth time Laurieton Early Education Centre supported Jeans for Genes Day.
“It’s a great cause to get behind, we’ve all experienced working with children, with different medical conditions,” said Julie Davis.
The Children’s Medical Research Institute, is hoping to prevent or cure many childhood illnesses, such as cancer.
“We would love all children to be able to experience a childhood free of genetic illness, epilepsy, etc, which is why we asked our families and children to support us in raising money.
“We have been overwhelmed with support, raising almost $130, as we always do with Jeans for Genes the centre matched this contribution, bringing it to $260.
“We would like to thank all our families for allowing the children to be involved in promoting this cause, dressing children in jeans and their fundraising efforts.”