The Tocqueville Society is a group of individuals who are leading supporters of United Way of Northeast Florida, contributing a minimum $10,000 each year to create a community of opportunity. As a member, you will be listed in the Tocqueville Society leadership directory, along with other prominent leaders throughout Northeast Florida. You will also be invited to attend an annual celebration and other special gatherings.Download Pledge Form Join or Renew Online Recognition Programs Contact Us
Katie and Michael Boniface are the 2023-2024 Tocqueville Society Chairs. Katie is a lead engineer at Mayo Clinic Florida. She was introduced to United Way through a work campaign during a college internship. Since then, she has been involved in a variety of ways including as a Stein Fellow. Mike is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at Mayo Clinic Florida. He was introduced to United Way through Mayo Clinic’s corporate campaign, where he has participated on the steering committee. Mike and Katie live in Jacksonville with their three daughters and look forward to meeting you soon.
United Way of Northeast Florida’s recognition programs are an ideal way for donors to become new Tocqueville Society members or for current members to deepen their impact.
To honor a century of impact, we are thrilled to offer a special opportunity to join our Centennial Circle, an exclusive recognition program in celebration of our 100th anniversary. If you choose to invest an additional one-time gift of $10,000 to United Way’s work this year, you will be honored as members of our Centennial Circle. Your generosity will be recognized on our 100th anniversary webpage and at all anniversary celebration events through June 2024.
Centennial Circle opportunities are also available for companies and organizations. Contact Kenya Bell at email@example.com to learn more.
This new group provides an extended runway with select privileges of membership in the Tocqueville Society. With commitment to the program, Emerging Tocqueville donors become part of a step-up program to deepen their contribution over three to six years.
The Weaver Challenge allows an individual to join the Tocqueville Society with a contribution of $6,000 and inspires current members to strive for higher levels of giving.