May Gibbs Legacy Benefits Children with Disabilities

When you go to Vivid this year be sure to check out the Gumnut Babies – now in thier 100 year.

Did you know when May Gibbs died in 1969, she kindly bequeathed the copyright from her designs to The Northcott Society and Cerebral Palsy Alliance?

The sale of May Gibbs products have supported thousands of Australian children with disabilities and their families and left an amazing legacy for May Gibbs.

  • taken from SMH Article here

For further information, visit http://​www.maygibbs.org

 

Souriante [self portrait, smiling], 1923? / drawn by May Gibbs. © The Northcott Society & Cerebral Palsy Alliance

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erjilopterin - June 25, 2020 Reply

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