Limited Edition of 20 available.
Museum quality giclee print on Ilford Gold Fibre Silk 310GSM
Will be sold in sequential order with #2 available for dispatch after 10 April 2018
Framed dimensions 92 cm x 122 cm
Brown custom made frame
Certificate of Authenticity
Signed by the artist
Free delivery up to 100kms from Albury/Wodonga please email email@example.com for other shipping locations.
Growing up in Albury, Jodie moved abroad and spent years working within the U.K hospitality scene. Returning home and raising a young family, Jodie’s social conscience got her involved in fundraising, spearheading for charities such as Make a Wish Foundation, Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) & Brain, Breast & Prostate Cancer. Remaining at the forefront for charity and event fundraising, Jodie was part of the inception of the Care Van Foundation, which she would go on to be CEO of for several years. Acknowledging and feeding the hungry and disadvantaged of the Albury Wodonga area, Jodie conceived the idea of involving the younger generations in the preparation of the food, by starting the ‘Kids Cooking and Caring Program’. Aimed at people under 18, to prepare, cook and distribute the food with Care Van teams. Again, by association, Jodie became involved in the Midnight Basketball program. Managing the Albury program ( but runs nationwide), Midnight Basketball is an 8-week tournament run twice a year, which aims to bring at risk or vulnerable youth from varying cultural and socio-economic backgrounds together in a positive environment to build individual and community capacity, provide positive role models and combat drug & alcohol abuse.