Griffith Feed and Grain are selling their share of jeans and sausages in their annual Jeans for Genes fundraiser.
Jeans for Genes day occurs annually on August 6th and aims to raise funds for gene therapy to find cures for previously incurable genetic diseases in children.
According to the Children's Medical Research Institute, one in 20 children face being born with a birth defect or genetic disease, however with continue research into the field of gene therapy, these genetic diseases could one day be curable.
Cheryl Wood from Griffith Feed and Grain said that the business was more than happy to continue ongoing fundraising efforts for such a worthy cause as they have in years prior.
"We have partnered with one of our supplies Ariat to join together and raise money for children who have been born with birth defects and other incurable diseases" Mrs Wood said.
"In conjunction with Ariat Australia, we are running a raffle with three prizes on offer."
"Our fundraising goal is set at $2000 however any contribution is a good contribution"
The store is also donating $5 from every pair of Jeans sold instore until Saturday August 7 which are also on sale with a generous 10 percent discount.
If you would like to make a donation to Griffith Feed and Grains Jeans for Genes fundraiser you can click here.
Griffith Feed and Grain will also be fundraising at their store this Friday the 6th and Saturday the 7th of August with sausages donated from Yenda Butchers and bread donated from Bakers Delight.
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