United Way of Broward County Tocqueville Society: United to Improve Lives
The Tocqueville Society is named after 19th century French diplomat Alexis de Tocqueville, who recognized, applauded and immortalized the distinctly American voluntary spirit. Founded nationally in 1984, United Way of Broward County's Tocqueville Society was formed in 1990 by Bob Elmore and three prominent philanthropic couples, Millicent and Robert Steele, Marti and Wayne Huizenga, and Norma and William Horvitz. The Society recognizes individuals and couples for their outstanding voluntary service and philanthropic leadership and exceptional giving at $10,000 or more annually.
Like you, these philanthropists acknowledged the importance of giving to United Way at the highest level and encouraged others to join them in addressing some of our community's greatest challenges.
For more information, please contact Vice President of Major & Legacy Gifts at (954)426-4850.