Who is a Leadership Giver?
Members of the Tocqueville and Constitution Societies come from diverse neighborhoods, backgrounds and careers to make the collective vision of United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut real and long-lasting. They care about this community. But more than that, they understand and embrace the fact that there must be strategic solutions to our most complex challenges.
Members of this distinctive group demonstrate their commitment, not only by their generosity, but by their personal involvement with United Way. Their leadership gifts are an affirmation for the work we do together.
United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut’s leadership recognition programs are called the Constitution Society and the Tocqueville Society.
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All gifts to United Way provide solutions that create real community impact. Being a Leader in Giving provides even more opportunities to engage in our work.
- Receive updates and join conversations around issues that matter to all of us
- Network with concerned community leaders, like yourself
- Volunteer at projects designed to make a lasting difference in our community
Before you pledge, inquire about philanthropic matching programs from your employer.
Combined Household Gifts
When you combine your gift with that of your spouse or partner for a total annual gift of $1,000 or more, you both can be recognized as leadership donors. If you wish to be recognized as leadership donors for your combined gift of $1,000 or more, please be sure to indicate this on your pledge form.
You will be recognized for your generosity and commitment at the following levels:
Colleague: $1,000 to $2,499 annually
Framer: $2,500 to $4,999 annually
- Founder: $5,000 to $9,999 annually
- $10,000 or more annually
As a leadership donor, your name will be included in the Leaders in Giving online publication, which is published annually.
" Helping others...isn't that what life is all about? Through United Way we have the unique ability to improve current conditions within our community by offering a year-round commitment to open our hearts and be a part of positive, lasting change for everyone. You can give, advocate, volunteer and inspire others to do the same! That’s what it means to LIVE UNITED. "- Paula K. Kern, The Phoenix Companies, Inc., United Way Tocqueville Society member