Uniting the Philanthropic Efforts of Exceptional Individuals
The Mile High United Way Tocqueville Society is a powerful group of local business and civic leaders who individually contribute $10,000 or more and share a similar passion for investing in the community and making a difference - personally and collectively.
The Mile High United Way Tocqueville Society is named after the French author Alexis de Tocqueville who, in the 1800s, traveled extensively throughout the United States. His observations, readings and discussions with eminent Americans formed the basis of Democracy in America, a detailed study of American society and politics.
The observation on philanthropy made by Alexis de Tocqueville in 1831 is true today. Americans understand that advancing the common good means creating opportunities for a better life for all.
Tocqueville Society information, benefits and opportunities:
● Mile High United Way Tocqueville Society Member Roster
● Members annually contribute more than $9 million to invest in our community.
● Membership provides unique professional growth, networking and mentoring opportunities; individual and family volunteer events; community impact partner site visits; and invitations to attend social events including Tocqueville Tuesday Breakfasts.
● Under the leadership of Tocqueville Society chair Jason Maples of Lockton Companies, LLC, Mile High United Way Tocqueville Society was awarded the 2010-2011 United Way World Wide Fleur-de-Lis Award for Excellence for Highest Percentage of Tocqueville Gift Increases Above 10%.
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