Message from the Tocqueville Society Chairs

Dear friends: Why Do You Give Out Loud? While attending the Affinity Group Retreat last June, one of our fellow Tocqueville Society members shared that one reason she and her husband became Tocqueville Society members...

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The Journey of a Game Changer: Marlin Jackson Then and Now

If you ask Marlin Jackson what’s important to him, his response sounds a lot like former Indianapolis football coach Tony Dungy’s mantra: faith, family, and football – in that order. It’s pretty easy to adopt...

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Why Do You Give Out Loud?

A message from the Tocqueville Society Chair, Josh B. Fleming, on the importance of “giving out loud.”    While attending the Affinity Group Retreat in June, one of our fellow Tocqueville Society members shared that...

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Alan Mills: We Must Open Doors for All People In our Society

Alan Mills, local attorney and longtime donor to United Way, sat down with us in his art-filled office at Barnes and Thornburg and talked about his passion for a more inclusive, supportive community.   I...

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A Message from the Tocqueville Society Chair

As we wrap up the 100th Anniversary of United Way of Central Indiana and celebrate a memorable year. It is appropriate to give thanks and cherish the time, talent and treasure our members and fellow...

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A Mentor Means More at United Way

Danielle walked into her first Emerging Leaders Mentorship Program meeting ready to take on the tough questions. “I came into this thinking it would be like an interview, very rigid and formal,” the Senior Security...

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