United Way's top philanthropic society who contribute $10,000 or more annually to United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County.
Together, Our Impact is Strongest
Uniting the community to identify and solve our most critical issues depends on your generous support.
Creating a Lasting Impact
The Tocqueville Society is United Way’s top giving society and embraces the idea that every man, woman, and child deserves an opportunity for a good life. A Tocqueville Leadership gift means that our children have a safe and healthy start in life, our students stay in school and graduate, that we do all we can to strengthen individual and family wellbeing and that we provide a safety net of emergency services like food, clothing and shelter.
Benefits of Membership
Members make an impact on the San Antonio and Bexar County community with purposeful, sustainable giving that creates meaningful solutions for hundreds of thousands of local people in need. In addition, members enjoy:
- Invitations to exclusive Tocqueville Society leadership-giving networking, volunteer and business development opportunities and events throughout the year
- Opportunities to connect with others who share your passion to improve our community
- Stories and updates about how your gift is making a difference in the community
- Recognition in United Way publications and online appreciation listing
To learn more about Tocqueville Society membership, contact Kasi McCormick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Slow Craft Kiolbassa: The Key to Linking People and Culture
April 1, 2021 • Michael Kiolbassa, President of Kiolbassa Smoked Meats, will share how he keeps culture at the heart of one of the fastest growing meat brands in the country. Invitations are sent directly to members.
The Tocqueville Society is open to individuals who contribute $10,000 or more annually to United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County.
GET IN TOUCH
Dr. Kasi McCormick oversees the Tocqueville Leadership Society and major gift efforts for United Way. She works closely with Tocqueville Society Chair Rick Cavender and the Tocqueville Cabinet to engage, retain, and support members to build a better San Antonio. Kasi has been with United Way for 12 years and previously served as a co-lead for the Ready Children Impact Council and managed local, state, and federal grants. She's led the San Antonio chapter of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and served as grants chair for First Book San Antonio.
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