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Lead the way in community change

Through Leadership giving, you are setting an important example for what our community needs in order to succeed: individuals determined to lead the way in making a difference in Northeast Florida.

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A community is only as strong as its leaders. Your passion, your expertise, your time and your gifts are essential to community change.

Leadership Giving Committee Chairs



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Atlantic Circle

Young professional group | $500 or higher annual gift
Atlantic Circle is an engaging group for young professionals looking to give back to the community and have fun! Members participate in social outings, professional networking activities and volunteer events with like-minded people. You’ll learn ways to grow in philanthropy and further develop into the next generation of our community’s leaders. Donors aged 21 to 40 years qualify for Atlantic Circle.

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Women United

Leadership society for women | $1,000 or higher annual gift
Women United, formerly Women in Local Leadership, celebrates the power of women to bring about positive change in our community through philanthropy and service. Women United members enjoy volunteer opportunities, agency tours, social gatherings and networking events just for female leaders in Northeast Florida.

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Emerging Tocqueville

Emerging philanthropists | Step-up program starting at $2,500
United Way of Northeast Florida is launching the Emerging Tocqueville giving program – a pathway toward full Tocqueville Society membership – which is designed for emerging philanthropists in Northeast Florida committed to supporting meaningful and lasting community change personally and collectively.

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Tocqueville Society

Premier leaders in giving | $10,000 or higher annual gift
United Way’s most influential giving group, the Tocqueville Society was named for Alexis de Tocqueville, a 19th century French diplomat who admired the spirit of volunteerism he observed in America. Established in Northeast Florida in 1986, the society recognizes individuals and couples for their philanthropic leadership. You attend social events and celebrations, and are featured in the annual recognition book.

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Recognition Programs

These multi-pledge programs encourage new leadership and higher levels of giving throughout Northeast Florida and allow United Way to make lasting changes in people’s lives.

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Kenya Bell

Manager, Leadership Giving

For interest in Emerging Tocqueville and Tocqueville Society.

Office: 904-390-3295

Email: kenyab@nulluwnefl.org