A rep for the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center Foundation told the Desert Sun.
The former model, who gained prominence as "Lady Blue Eyes", passed away this morning at her California home.
In March the Children's Hospital Los Angeles partnered with the center to raise $250,000 for services for children and their families being treated at both facilities, according to KESQ.
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Sinatra is survived by her son Oliver Marx and granddaughter Carina Blakeley Marx.
She remained active at the centre until recently, pushing for creation of the video programme just previous year and making sure the children had anything they needed, Mr Thoresen said. "I think it's because we were friends before anything romantic happened".
The Missouri native was actively involved with the center until as recently as 2016, and continued to host galas, luncheons and the annual Frank Sinatra Celebrity Invitational Golf Tournament.
"He was always very much a gentleman and he really cared about treating me well", Sinatra told the New York Times in 2011 about her famous husband. She helped found the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center in the 1980's to assist young victims of physical and sexual abuse.