Andrew Kelly (far right), CRMI’s Head of Fundraising, with families and supporters. Max Colgin (first row, left) featured in the 25th anniversary Jeans for Genes campaign and was one of F&P’s cover stars last year. In October 2018, Max won a NSW Children’s Week Award for Bravery. On the first Friday of August for the past 25 years, Australians have been wearing jeans to raise funds for research into children’s genetic diseases. Last year, the iconic campaign received a makeover, with the children who will ultimately benefit fronting it. The “Fight for Me, Fight with Me” campaign profiled six young children who all live with a different genetic disease, culminating…
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