Dorin Frankfurt is a member of the artistic committee of the Israeli fashion design award, a project that supports young designers in Israel.
As an established designer whose career spans more than 30 years in fashion, she places utmost importance to nurturing upcoming desi2gners. She has arranged several events in the factory, introducing international bloggers and trendsetters to local designers and always strives to provide a platform for young Israeli design.
In addition to her efforts to promote local design, Dorin Frankfurt is an honorary president of the International Susan G. Komen organization, devoted to raising awareness to the early detection and healing of breast cancer. Every year, the factory donates clothes for the fundraiser sale of the Israeli crisis center for victims of sexual assault. Frankfurt is also a supporter of Ruach Nashit organization, that promotes the economic independence of women victims of domestic violence.
Frankfurt initiated the first fundraising event of the Israel Aids Task Force in 1986. In 1994 she organized a contribution event on the International Day for LGBT Rights, during which two models kissed on stage in the end of her fashion show. She is one of the main sponsors of Tel Aviv's International LGBT Film Festival, and received a special award for supporting the LGBT community in 2015.
This year, Dorin presented her first ever collection made for little girls, inspired by the mother & daughter magic created in Zelda and Scottie Fitzgerald’s graceful outfits.
The proceeds from the sales of Frankfurt’s collection for girls are donated to Kesher – an organization devoted to children with special needs. In a country with 320,000 special children, Kesher helps their families to raise them and provides continual guidance.
For the first time ever in a career that spans over more than 30 years in fashion, Dorin Frankfurt presented a collection made for girls. The collection consist of the same casual elegance essence that is one of the designer's hallmarks. The inspiration for the collection is based upon Zelda Fitzgerald's magnitude, yet this time these are the outfits of her daughter, Scottie, that were in Dorin's mind. Zelda and Scottie used to dress up in equal glam on their outing in the French Riviera of the 1920's, thus creating what is called Mother & Daughter magic.