The tulsa area’s most generous group of philanthropic leaders
The Tocqueville Society works to address our community’s most pressing challenges in order to ensure lasting change for future generations. Members contribute $10,000 or more annually to the Tulsa Area United Way.
Tocqueville Society members get a behind-the-scenes look at plans for the new Gilcrease Museum at a Third Thursday luncheon. Pictured left to right are Karen Keith, Tim Lyons, Susan Neal, Alison Anthony, and Marc Maun.
- Enjoy receptions and other social events at various locations in the Tulsa area
- Tocqueville members are recognized by having their names listed in the lobby of the TAUW offices in downtown Tulsa and in the annual membership registry
- Annual gift of $10,000 or more can be provided as an individual or couple
The Tocqueville Society was established in 1987 in order to foster, promote, and recognize voluntary community service and personal giving.
Tocqueville Society is named for French aristocrat Alexis-Charles-Henri Clerel de Tocqueville, who came to America in 1831. He lauded the spirit of voluntary action characteristic of Americans.
Step Up Program
Members of the Tocqueville Society may participate in the “Step-Up” membership plan offered by Tulsa Area United Way.
The Step-Up Program is designed for individuals who annually contribute $3,000 to $9,999 and encourages a multi-year commitment to achieve the Tocqueville status level.
The Step-Up Program requires a minimum personal pledge of $5,000 to the current campaign, with a pledge to step-up personal giving to $7,500 to the next campaign, and to $10,000 by the following campaign.
Step-Up participants will receive full Tocqueville Society recognition and benefits in the $10,000 to $14,999 category starting with their first pledge of $5,000.
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Contact Clint Rataczak at 918-583-7171 or online here