Jacinda Ardern's to-do list

Last week, a piece of artwork titled "To-Do List" by none other than Jacinda Ardern went up for auction

With a baby on the way and a country to run, we think the piece says it all. 

To Do

The Prime Minister joined several other well-known Kiwis including Jack Tame, Suzanne Paul, Nandor Tanczos and Cecilia Robinson to raise money for Parent to Parent - supporting families raising Kiwi kids with disabilities - by creating for a cause.  


Jacinda's artwork has already fetched over 21,500 views since it was listed a week ago and bidding has reached $2,000 with three days until the auction closes. 

This isn't the first time we've seen a piece of art by a New Zealand Prime Minister appear on Trade Me. In 2007, Helen Clark's sketch of the beehive went up for auction and fetched a whopping 33,000 views. John Key also cast-off his plaster-cast on Trade Me after breaking his arm in 2009. He later donated the $18,500 to the Fred Hollows Foundation.



The create for a cause auctions all close on Thursday evening


Newshub - Jacinda Ardern's artwork up for sale in charity auction

One News - Jacinda turns her to-do list into work of art

NZ Herald - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's three simple words attract thousands for charity