Emerging Tocqueville Leaders represent the next generation of philanthropists in OUR community. This dynamic group of young professionals is committed to creating lasting change where they live and work.
In recognition of the important role young leaders play in strengthening our community, Orange County United Way is pleased to introduce the Emerging Tocqueville Leaders to foster participation, commitment, and growth among our philanthropic-focused young professionals in Orange County. Members benefit from full access to the Tocqueville Society through a long-term commitment to grow their giving level by the time they reach age 40. Additionally, membership provides unique access to our 87 partner agencies that are making a positive difference in our community in the areas of Education, Income, Health, and Housing. Through special volunteer opportunities, lunch-and-learns, and networking opportunities, members will become part of the philanthropic fabric of Orange County in a distinct way.
Providing the Building Blocks for a self-sufficient life is a dynamic process that requires fresh ideas, new energy, and vision. Your investment represents a commitment to join together with those who are already strengthening our community in powerful ways, and lend your voice to a movement that insists everyone has the tools to thrive.
Membership and Benefits
- Access to Tocqueville Society membership as mentors in philanthropy
- Invitations to social and networking events
- Volunteer opportunities that allow you to see our impact firsthand
- Recognition as a Tocqueville Society member from the time of your initial commitment, including OC Register Metro's recognition ad (see additional recognition opportunities listed in the Tocqueville Society brochure).
Stand out from the pack. Join a community of philanthropists who have made significant contributions that are visible in OC every day. Emerging Tocqueville members invest $5,000 or more annually, with the greater of 30% or $1,500 of this gift invested in Orange County United Way’s Community Impact Fund. The remainder of your gift can be similarly invested or designated to the charity(ies) of your choice, either all at once or over the course of 12 months via a donor-advised fund. Emerging Tocqueville members commit to growing their annual gift to the Tocqueville level ($10,000 or more) by the time they reach age 40. Interested in being a part of this dynamic giving group, and a part of the change in Orange County? Check out our ETL postcard.
For more information, or to join Orange County United Way’s Emerging Tocqueville Leaders, please contact Meghan Vu, Investor Relations Manager, at 949.263.6163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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