A powerful group of community and business leaders who are creating a stronger, healthier, more productive community. Over 500 compassionate and generous leaders unite in the Tocqueville Society to help improve the lives of all Central Indiana residents through gifts of $10,000 or more annually.
MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS: Members-only networking and education opportunities on a local and national scale, exclusive First Wednesday events featuring community leaders and perspectives from CEOs, exclusive social and cultural events with Society members, customized volunteer opportunities impacting the member's areas of interest and so much more.
Tocqueville members enjoy a multitude of exclusive, members-only events throughout the year, such as the Tocqueville Society First Wednesday. This popular monthly event allows members to connect and network with both local and national leaders and hear from some of the most sought-after speakers in the country.
A group of strong and driven women with a passion for improving our community, Women of Tocqueville focus on ways to advocate, educate and inspire others to support United Way of Central Indiana’s public policy initiatives. Combining their unique skillsets and perspectives, they take action and impact public policy to help all Central Indiana residents reach self-sufficiency.
Are you driven to support your community, have a passion for improving the education and financial stability of people in our community, and enjoy exclusive events with prestigious speakers and networking opportunities?
For more information, contact Kimberly Bostic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step up to Tocqueville Society membership by increasing your giving over a three year period. Your initial unrestricted contribution and pledge grants you full membership benefits.
Year 1: $5,000
Year 2: $7,500
Year 3: $10,000
Hear Dr. Lori Desautels discuss her journey as one of the foremost experts in the field of educational neuroscience and learn about her ground-breaking research that focuses on how brain development is affected by adversity. Following Dr. Desautels’ presentation, learn how United Way is making an impact on the emotional health of children ages 3 to 5 through the use of behavioral health kits.Learn More