Never lose sight of the close connection between the private fortune of each and the prosperity of all.
- Alexis de Tocqueville
United Way’s Tocqueville Society is comprised of extraordinary philanthropists who give $10,000 or more annually to United Way, creating a profound and lasting impact on Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and on the lives of all those who live and work here.
The United Way Tocqueville Society aims to:
- Change lives through philanthropic leadership by focusing on driving community-level change
- Communicate the vital role of personal philanthropic action in addressing the underlying causes of societal problems
- Foster philanthropic action and voluntary community service
For more information on United Way’s Tocqueville Society:
- contact Annette Jeffrey at firstname.lastname@example.org
- View the Tocqueville Brochure
- Tocqueville Pledge Form
Million Dollar Roundtable
The Million Dollar Roundtable honors our most generous philanthropic leaders. Through their consistent and cumulative support, they demonstrate their passionate commitment to building a stronger and healthier community.
1965 Otto Haas Charitable Trust (Mr. John O. and Dr. Janet F. Haas)
The Annenberg Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bogle
Cathy and Jack Brennan
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cawthorn
The Elmer Roe Deaver Foundation
John T. Dorrance, Jr.
Penny and Bob Fox
Joel Gershman and Elaine Levitt
Richard C. Goodwin
John and Chara Haas
George and Barbara Karr
The Lenfest Foundation
Mr. Ira M. Lubert
Estate of Mrs. Walter Morgan
Mr. Warren V. Musser
Estate of Pauline T. Pease
Robert and Lexie Potamkin
Ralph and Suzanne Roberts & Brian and Aileen Roberts
Leonard and Barbara Sylk
Harriet and Larry Weiss
Ruth W. and A. Morris Williams, Jr.
The Wyncote Foundation
As of June 30, 2011
Italics indicates deceased