Mahalo party for AUW's Tocqueville Society who raised over $1.2 million!

Jun. 8, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A special mahalo to our Tocqueville Society members who raised over $1.2 million. Their leadership and commitment to our community allows us to make a positive impact in Hawaii. Aloha United Way’s Tocqueville Society fosters, promotes and recognizes the vital importance of personal giving to our community at an exceptional level.

The Alexis de Tocqueville Society was founded in honor of the French historian who wrote passionately about the American spirit of volunteerism for a common good. Aloha United Way’s Tocqueville Society fosters, promotes and recognizes the vital importance of personal giving to our community at an exceptional level. Members are also recognized in the national Alexis de Tocqueville registry published by the United Way of America. For more information regarding becoming a member of the Tocqueville Society, please contact Emily Mendez-Bryant at (808) 543-2204 or emily@auw.org.