Meet members of United Way’s Tocqueville Society, this is a powerful group of philanthropic leaders building a long-lasting culture of philanthropy through their high-level of personal giving and long-term support.
Elaine & John Frombach
Elaine and John Frombach are no ordinary Tocqueville members. Their involvement with United Way dates to the early seventies.
Mary Jo and Dan Haffner
We find it reassuring to donate to United Way knowing that the research has been done for us. They know where deficiencies exist in the community.
Amy & George Long
While juggling an active family of four children, Tocqueville members Amy and George Long still make time for philanthropy. Both are long-time contributors with their respective companies.
Wendy & Brad Parrish
“Our engagement with the United Way has grown our understanding of how much they support our communities in need, and we trust that our donations are going to the people and organizations with the greatest needs.”
Mark & Beth Twerdok
“My commitment to United Way started early on. A cornerstone of KPMG’s culture is our commitment to our communities and the firm has always supported me when I wanted to get more involved. I’ve served United Way for nearly three decades as either a contributor, committee member for the impact fund, and now as a board member.”