Connecting People, Sharing Ideas, Empowering Each Generation to Teach the Others
The mission of the Florence Belsky Foundation is “Connecting People, Sharing Ideas, Empowering Each Generation to Teach the Others”.
The Foundation has three major programs in both New York and Los Angeles: First Mondays, Women Who Lunch and I Can Still Do That.
First Mondays is a live networking event with a goal to connect people and empower them to share ideas with each other in a casual setting. First Mondays is a general networking program and people from all industries are welcome.
Women Who Lunch is a women-only networking event taking place over lunch. Similar to First Mondays, Women Who Lunch is open to women from all industries and professions. The event provides ample networking time as well as a delicious and healthy meal.
I Can Still Do That is the branch of the Foundation that supports the arts through donations and charitable events. I Can Still Do That is also the media generating arm of the Foundation and produces media projects and educational webinars with an emphasis on individuals in transition and intergenerational mentoring.
Florence Belsky founded the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation during her lifetime. She was a firm believer in the power of networking and mentoring and the Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation continues to carry on that legacy.