Why should I join the Tocqueville Society?
As a leader in the community, you have the opportunity to play an important role in shaping the future by investing in the solutions to our community's most critical problems. Additionally, members receive national recognition and unique benefits for being leaders in philanthropy.
How do I become a Tocqueville Society member?
Just complete and return this form. For more information call our Vice President of Major and Legacy Gifts at 954-462-4850.
Find out more by reading up on Tocqueville Society Fast Facts.
What if I cannot invest the whole amount right now?
You can take advantage of our Fast Track program. You are recognized as a member right away, and enjoy all the benefits of membership by gradually increasing your annual pledge over a three-year period in the following way:
Read more about the Tocqueville Society Fast Track.
How long has the Tocqueville Society been in existence?
Since 1984, Tocqueville Societies have been incorporated in more than 425 United Way organizations across the country. Named for French philosopher Alexis de Tocqueville, the Society represents United Way's highest level of recognition for our investors' generosity and commitment to making an impact in the community. The United Way of Broward County Tocqueville Society, initiated in our community in 1990, currently includes more than 125 families, partners and individuals representing our community's most generous philanthropists. Contributions range from $10,000 or more each year, on up to the Million Dollar Roundtable. Tocqueville Society members are on the forefront of addressing the most critical social service needs in Broward County.