Created in 1984 by the late James F. Mulvaney to recognize philanthropic leaders, Tocqueville Society membership is granted to individuals who give at least $10,000 annually to United Way.
As a Tocqueville Society member, you play a vital role in developing the leadership and resources that enable United Way to have the greatest impact in our community. You are joined by other leading San Diegans committed at the highest level to improving lives.
o Annual recognition event
o Social opportunities to network with other philanthropists and leaders
o Exclusive opportunities to see our community work in action
Director of Philanthropy
The whole idea behind United Way is supporting measurable results that come from community collaboration. They can lead the way because of their traditions and prestige in the community. That’s absolutely critical.
Scott and Betsy McClendon, Tocqueville Society Chairs