Our Charities

Frankie donates $20 from every watch sale to charity. Below is a list of the charities we support.


Donated to Charity

art for cancer foundation

Art for Cancer Foundation is on a mission to support women with cancer by providing free wigs and headwear to those who have lost their hair due to treatments and want to look like themselves again and feel comfortable.

With your help we can help these beautiful women feel like themselves again by giving them free wigs or headwear. Most women with cancer say that putting on a wig helps them feel like themselves again.


Make a wish

The Make a Wish foundation helps bring joy to children and teenagers fighting life-threatening medical conditions.



The RSPCA is an independent, non-government community-based charity providing animal care and protection services.

The RSPCA runs 40 shelters and employs around 1,000 staff. It costs more than $100 million each year to deliver all of our services which help improve the lives of Australian animals. Most of this money comes from public donations and fundraising initiatives, as well as business partnerships, grants and RSPCA patrons.


Melbourne City Mission

Every day, Melbourne City Mission works with some of Melbourne and Victoria’s most vulnerable individuals, families and communities. Every week, we help thousands of people escape and avoid disadvantage, economic exclusion and social isolation. We’ve been around for almost as long as Melbourne itself and over the years have adapted and evolved alongside the people we work with, always responding to the changing needs of communities. Our staff are dedicated professionals, with the expertise to deliver holistic, integrated services that really make a powerful and sustainable difference to people’s lives.


indigenous literacy foundation

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is a national charity that was founded and set up by members of the Australian book industry in 2005. It draws on the skills and expertise of the book industry to address children’s literacy levels in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.


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