Flex Watches, which has partnered with Tyga, provides food for children in impoverished communities in Mexico.
“There are highly impoverished communities in Mexico where 95 percent of children go to school without breakfast every day,” says Trevor Jones, a Flex Watches owner and founder, in a video on the company’s website. “Flex is trying to change that.”
According to the video, Flex Watches has helped build a kitchen and a community center in Mexico and has donated more than 10,000 meals to children in the North American country.
Jones says he can see the impact of Flex Watches’ work.
“These students,” he says, “are more focused in getting the education they deserve to build a sustainable community.”
The watches, which retail from $29.99 to $39.99, are available at Hot Topic, Shiekh, the company’s website and at Tyga’s Last Kings store on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.
“Flex started with one goal in mind,” according to a video on its website, “to make a difference in people’s lives.”
Images of Flex Watches are below, as is a video of the grand opening of Tyga’s Last Kings store that features Flex Watches.