The Tocqueville Society is named after French Historian Alexis de Tocqueville. In his book, Democracy in America, he wrote that he observed “a people who confronted their problems and addressed them.” Today, leaders in our community are using United Way to do the same thing.
Tocqueville Society members are thoughtful individuals who partner with the United Way of Kennebec Valley to make a lasting impact in our community. Tocqueville Society members contribute $10,000 or more annually to the United Way. Through their compassion, these individuals demonstrate exceptional generosity and leadership.
Benefits of Membership:
- Recognition in our publications and on our website
- Invitations to exclusive Tocqueville Society events
- Networking with local philanthropic leaders
- Exclusive invitations and reserved seating at all events
- Special Tocqueville Society recognition pin
The United Way of Kennebec Valley extends sincere thanks to Tocqueville Society members.
“ I am bound to say that I have often seen Americans make large and genuine sacrifices to the public good, and I have noted on countless occasions that when necessary they almost never fail to lend one another a helping hand. ” -Alexis de Tocqueville
Conrad & Lois Ayotte
John & Charlene Bridge
Norman & Teresa Elvin
Gary & Elisa Emmons
Moira & Robert Fuller
Chuck & Maria Hays
Mark & Judy Johnston
James McKenna & Jane Orbeton
Richard & Janet Parkhurst
Peter & Sandra Prescott
John & Lisa Rosmarin
H. Allen & Dianne Ryan
Charlie & Nancy Shuman
Steve & Stacy Shuman
Andrew & Theresa Silsby
Rick & Patty Tardiff
Lon & Kerry Sue Walters
Sherman Fuller Charitable Trust
For more information on the Tocqueville Society, contact Courtney Yeager, Resource Development & Marketing Director, at 207-626-3400 or email@example.com.