Tocqueville Society is a group of community leaders led by Valley of the Sun United Way that has been making big things happen in Maricopa County. What better way to celebrate a group of large impact than to host their 30th year anniversary with Victoria, the largest touring T. rex skeleton, as she made her global debut at Arizona Science Center?
Before everybody got a look at Victoria at Arizona Science Center, we enjoyed a special reception for 18 new Tocqueville Society members at Bar Bianco. New members were welcomed by the Tocqueville Society Committee and thanked for joining as they got to know the current members and enjoy local fare.
Following the reception, members celebrated a new era of impact with an exclusive look at the Victoria exhibition and spent time with United Way Board Members as they heard an update from community champions on the difference they have made possible. Among others, Brent Downs from the St. Joseph the Worker shared the transformations he sees every day at the human service campus thanks to the longstanding support of the Tocqueville Society.
Because of these members, our community has:
There is always room for more Tocqueville Society Members!
Members of Tocqueville Society offer an annual gift of $10,000 or more and have a dedicated major gifts officer to help them reach their individual philanthropic goals. As added benefits, they also receive invitations to exclusive events like this one, family volunteer opportunities, and recognition on the electronic honor roll of donors. Learn more on our Tocqueville Society page.
If you’d like to join Tocqueville Society in our next phase of United Way’s evolution and attend future events like this, contact Jhenifer Shipe at email@example.com or 602-708-3546.