TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY - United Way Bay Area
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TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY

Distinguished leaders fighting Bay Area poverty

Founded in 1984, the United Way Tocqueville Society is an opportunity for passionate individuals to become more deeply involved.

 

 

 

Join 27,000 of the most influential business and civic leaders in the world by becoming a member of our Tocqueville Society, an esteemed group bringing significant resources to the Bay Area’s most pressing challenges.

 

 

Meet the Tocqueville Society Cabinet Members

 

 

 

Anna Mok, Deloitte
Eric Street, Enterprise (Cabinet Chair)
Bob Walker, Community Member
Dave Heacock, Retired
Danny Zepeda, Valero Bencia Refinery
Ron Peyton, Callan

Questions?

 

Contact Channa Sweet at 415-808-4408

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WHY TOCQUEVILLE?

Connect with like-minded community leaders who have a passion for driving social impact. Through outstanding community service and financial support, these philanthropic leaders are effecting real and lasting change in the fight against Bay Area poverty.

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HOW TO JOIN

Membership to the Tocqueville Society allows philanthropic leaders to become more deeply involved in the common good for our region. The Society is open to individuals or households who contribute $10,000+ to United Way annually.

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OUR MEMBERS IN ACTION