ILF Charity Christmas Card Pack - Maruku Arts (0264)
NOW AVAILABLE. Give a little extra love this Christmas with our beautiful selection of affordable card packs that support some great Australian charities. In this case, your purchase of a pack helps to support the great work of the Indigenous Literacy Foundation
- Card size is 110 x 155 mm (complies with Australia Post's Christmas card rates).
- Cards are blank inside for your personalised message.
- This pack contains 8 cards (4 each of two designs).
The Art -
Maruku Arts is owned and operated by Anangu (Aboriginal people from the Western Desert and Central Desert regions of Australia). The name Maruku literally means "belonging to black" and it has operated for over 30 years as a non-for-profit art and craft corporation. Approximately 900 Anangu artists make up the collective that is Maruku. Its purpose is to keep culture strong and alive, for future generations of artists and make culture accessible in an authentic way to those seeking a more in-depth understanding. It also provides an important form of income to artists living in remote communities across Anangu lands.
The Charity -
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation is a national book industry charity, which aims to reduce the disadvantage experienced by children in remote Indigenous communities across Australia, by lifting literacy levels and instilling a lifelong love of reading.
Published by Blue Island Press, Sydney. 10% of the profit from sales of this pack is donated to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.