Jacinda Ardern's artwork for sale in charity auction

Titled 'To-Do List', the ink on paper work has a heading reading 'To Do' with one task to complete: 'Everything'.
Titled 'To-Do List', the ink on paper work has a heading reading 'To Do' with one task to complete: 'Everything'. Photo credit: TradeMe / Parent to Parent

A piece of artwork by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is being sold in a charity auction on Trade Me.

Titled 'To-Do List', the ink on paper work has a heading reading 'To Do' with one task to complete: 'Everything'.

All proceeds from the auction help fund the work of non-profit organisation Parent to Parent, which supports Kiwi kids with disabilities.

"Parent to Parent is incredibly grateful to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for taking time out of her crazy schedule to create this fun piece for our art auction," Parent to Parent spokesperson Steven Mahoney wrote.

"The artwork says it all and with a country to run and a baby on the way, we tend to agree!"

The Trade Me listing has racked up 20,000 page views and, as of Monday afternoon, more than $2000.

The 44cm x 35cm framed piece is up for grabs until Thursday, along with a number of other artworks from New Zealand celebrities including Suzanne Paul and Kelvin Cruickshank.

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