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United Way Tocqueville Society of Westchester and Putnam
The Tocqueville Society is a leadership giving and recognition program founded in honor of Alexis de Tocqueville, the French historian, who wrote passionately about the American spirit of voluntarism for the common good.
($10,000 or higher)
Membership allows caring individuals to affirm their deep commitment to address critical community needs. The example set by these extraordinary people in the Tocqueville spirit has had, and will continue to have, a profound effect on quality of life for others. We applaud these individuals for their foresight, dedication and generosity.
To discuss joining the Tocqueville Society please contact Claire Simonelli at 914-997-6700 x725.
($1,500 - $9,999)
Signature Club members are recognized in the Leaders in Giving brochure and at events throughout the year.
To discuss joining the Signature Club, please contact us at 914-997-6700 x725.
(10+ years of giving)
Loyal contributors have been supporting United Way for at least ten years at any level.
Tocqueville Society members come together to celebrate the impact they have made on education, income and health initiatives in Westchester and Putnam. From Left: Meyer Koplow, Chair of the Tocqueville Society, Gregory Bassuk, Esq., Peter Rockefeller and Kenneth J. Gould, Esq. View more photos.
Members of the Northern Westchester Signature Club gather at the Crabtree's Kittle House to celebrate the campaign year. View more photos.