Apr 9th, 2018
Week of April 9, 2018
Now there’s an anonymous at-home DNA test to determine if someone has the “Giving Gene.”
Easter Seals Canada partnered with J. Walter Thompson Canada and Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada to develop a Giving Gene Kit. The kit helps you discover if you’ve inherited one or two copies of the “Giving Gene” that can ultimately be used to help improve the lives of 5.3 million Canadians living with disabilities.
For more information about the campaign click here.
To find out more information about the Giving Gene Kit, click here.
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