Tocqueville Society

What is the Tocqueville Society?

The Tocqueville Society was founded by United Way of America in 1972 to honor living and family foundations and persons who achieve high levels of personal giving--over $10,000 per year. This society exists in the Midlands due to the generosity of business and community leaders who demonstrate their commitment to their community. Through their compassion and philanthropy, these individuals demonstrate exceptional generosity and leadership by motivating others to emulate them in their giving and provide the impetus for real change.

For more information about the Tocqueville Society, contact GB Olsen.

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