United Way Tocqueville Society

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An esteemed group of philanthropic leaders dedicated to tackling our community’s most pressing challenges.

Founded in 1999, the prestigious United Way Tocqueville Society is a national, philanthropic society honoring individuals who annually give $10,000 or more to United Way.

The Society is named after the 19th century French political thinker and historian Alexis de Tocqueville who, in his writings, recognized the importance of voluntary action on behalf of the common good. The Society is dedicated to developing a stronger sense of community and connection among local philanthropists through engagement opportunities that grow awareness of issues and solutions affecting the well-being of children and families in our community and networking with like-minded individuals.

Members of our local Tocqueville Society automatically become members of United Way Worldwide’s Tocqueville United, which is comprised of over 25,000 philanthropic leaders throughout the United States.

Contact Kathleen Crisafi at kcrisafi@uwgnh.org or 203.691.4213 for more information.

 

Member Benefits

Exclusive Events

Invitations to Tocqueville “Big Idea” breakfasts featuring renowned speakers, networking events, volunteer engagement opportunities, and more.

Meaningful Engagement

Connection with like-minded community and business leaders who have a passion for driving social impact.

Recognition

Acknowledgment in United Way’s national and local Tocqueville Society.

Philanthropic Advising

Personalized advising services to help you manage and reach your charitable goals. 

Secure Investment

Partner with a quality organization and dedicated staff; ensuring that gifts, voice, and time are efficiently invested in local communities to maximize impact.

Networking Opportunities

Join a national network of philanthropic leaders who are engaged locally to create long-lasting, positive changes.