Tocqueville Society

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Tocqueville Society

Founded in 1984, the United Way Tocqueville Society is an opportunity for passionate individuals to become more deeply involved in United Way’s mission. The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions in the United States, France and Romania who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our most serious issues in their local community.

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Tocqueville Events
Join us for an upcoming event!

September 10, 11am – 12:15pm: United Way Worldwide’s Tocqueville United Signature Series
Crisis in our Communities: What We’ve Learned

September 10, 11am – 12:15pm
Description: Join us for an important nationwide virtual conversation, focusing on building community, inspiring action, and sharing knowledge. This event will feature a conversation with community leaders sharing what we have learned about crisis and how to re-shape efforts toward recovery around health, housing, and education.

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Tocqueville Committee
Tocqueville Assemblée Régionale

The purpose of this key volunteer committee is to elevate our local branch of the Tocqueville Society and engage our highly committed ambassadors. The committee will promote the work of United Way California Capital Region, keep donors informed and engaged with our programs, our partners and those served in the community. The committee will also serve as a liaison for the membership, ensuring that appropriate levels of benefits, recognition and volunteer opportunities are both available and amenable to our donors.

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Tocqueville Step-Up Program
Reach long-term giving goals now

United Way California Capital Region Step-Up Program is a pathway that provides you the opportunity to achieve your long-term giving level while enjoying Tocqueville membership benefits immediately. In this program, you will incrementally increase your gift value over the course of three years, reaching your goal investment by the third year.