Helping Hands

The United Way Tocqueville Society was formed in March of 1984 to create a deeper understanding and support of United Way’s work, which is to advance the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteers around the world who have devoted their time, talent and funds to tackle the most serious issues faced by our communities. Individuals who contribute at least $10,000 annually to United Way are invited to become members of the Tocqueville Society.

The United Way Tocqueville Society aims to:

  • Change lives through philanthropic leadership by focusing on the building blocks for a better life: quality education that leads to a stable job; income that can support a family through retirement, and good health;

  • Communicate the vital role of personal philanthropic action in creating long-lasting changes by addressing the underlying causes of societal problems;

  • Enhance local recognition of long-standing service volunteers;

  • Foster philanthropic action and voluntary community service;

  • Prominently position the Tocqueville Society name and the United Way brand in an effort to stimulate the exchange of philanthropic ideas while maintaining a positive national quality image.

 

For more information about the Tocqueville Society, please contact Angela Crow at 859.233.4462.

 

Thank you to Tocqueville Society members for their support!​

Alexis de Tocqueville Society

The Caller Family: Steve, Susan & Bret

Drs. Eli and Mary Lynne Capilouto

Jo Ann Czekalski and Jim Stokes

Connie & John Linton

Jeff and Mary Meixelsperger

Richard Milich

Sam and Beth Mitchell

Bob and Caryl Pfeiffer

Rooke Family Foundation

Brock and Kim Saladin

Steve South and Sue Van Patten

Tim and Laura Voss

 

Henry K. Milward Society

The Estate of Betty Glidewell

Sam & Beth Mitchell

Rooke Family Foundation