Jeans For Genes Day 2014 Volunteer Intro (1) Quiz

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Quick Quiz to ensure you're ready for any questions that may come your way on event day regarding The Children's Medical Research Institute and Jeans for Genes Day.

• 1.

What is the date of Jeans for Genes Day 2014

• A.

Thursday July 30th

• B.

Friday August 2nd

• C.

Friday August 1st

C. Friday August 1st
Explanation
Jeans for Genes Day is an annual event that aims to raise funds for genetic disorders. In 2014, it was held on Friday, August 1st.

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• 2.

Which organisation does Jeans for Genes Day raise funds for?

• A.

The Children's Medical Research Institute

• B.

Cancer Council

• C.

Miracle Babies Foundation

• D.

The Salvation Army

A. The Children's Medical Research Institute
Explanation
Jeans for Genes Day is an annual fundraising event that aims to raise funds for The Children's Medical Research Institute. This organization is dedicated to conducting research to improve the health and wellbeing of children. By participating in Jeans for Genes Day, individuals contribute to the funding of vital medical research that can potentially help children with genetic diseases and conditions.

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• 3.

1 in 10 kids are born with a birth defect or genetic disease.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation
The statement "1 in 10 kids are born with a birth defect or genetic disease" is false. This means that it is not true that 1 in every 10 children are born with a birth defect or genetic disease. The correct answer is False.

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• 4.

What are the volunteer benefits?

• A.

Jeans for Genes Day T-shirt

• B.

Certificate of Appreciation

• C.

• D.

Being part of a worthwhile cause

• E.

Free Movie tickets

• F.

Free Merchandise

• G.

Meet new people

A. Jeans for Genes Day T-shirt
B. Certificate of Appreciation
D. Being part of a worthwhile cause
G. Meet new people
Explanation
The volunteer benefits include receiving a Jeans for Genes Day T-shirt, a Certificate of Appreciation, and being part of a worthwhile cause. Additionally, volunteers have the opportunity to meet new people and be part of a community that supports a good cause.

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• 5.

The Volunteer Hotline is... (no spaces)

0488007673
Explanation
The correct answer is the given phone number, 0488007673. This number is stated as the Volunteer Hotline, indicating that it is a hotline specifically for volunteers.

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• 6.

The last day to submit entries into the Volunteer Photo Competition is

• A.

Friday August 1st 2014

• B.

Friday August 8th 2014

• C.

Saturday August 2nd 2014

• D.

Wednesday August 20th 2014

B. Friday August 8th 2014
Explanation
The correct answer is Friday August 8th 2014. This is because it is stated that the last day to submit entries into the Volunteer Photo Competition is on this date.

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• 7.

The contact email for volunteers is

• A.

Volunteering@ jeansforgenes.org.au

• B.

Volunteer@ jeansforgenes.org.au

• C.

Volunteers@ j4g.org.au

• D.

Volunteering@ cmri.org.au

B. Volunteer@ jeansforgenes.org.au
Explanation
The correct answer is [email protected]. This is the correct contact email for volunteers because it is directly related to the organization "Jeans for Genes" and uses the domain ".org.au" which suggests it is an Australian organization. The other options do not have the same domain or are not directly related to the organization.

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• 8.

100% of money raised on the day will go towards The Children's Medical Research Institute

• A.

True

• B.

False

A. True
Explanation
The statement indicates that 100% of the money raised on the day will be allocated to The Children's Medical Research Institute. This suggests that all funds collected will be used for the institute's research activities and not for any other purposes. Therefore, the answer is true.

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• 9.

What research does Jeans for Genes Day go towards?

• A.

Birth defects

• B.

A range of genetic disorders

• C.

Cancer and epilepsy

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
Jeans for Genes Day is a fundraising campaign that aims to support various research initiatives. The campaign contributes to research on cancer, epilepsy, birth defects, and a range of genetic disorders. By choosing "All of the above" as the correct answer, it indicates that the funds raised through Jeans for Genes Day are used to support research in all these areas, thereby making a broader impact in the field of genetic disorders.

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• 10.

How old is Jeans for Genes Day this year?

• A.

50

• B.

32

• C.

21

• D.

100

C. 21
Explanation
Jeans for Genes Day is 21 years old this year. This implies that the event was first established 21 years ago and has been celebrated annually since then.

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