Leadership Giving

 

We are deeply grateful to everyone who chooses United Way as their philanthropic partner. United Way’s leadership donors, in particular, inspire others to join them in providing hope and opportunities to individuals in need. THANK YOU for helping us strengthen our community. 

Tocqueville Society:  Dedication, commitment, and compassion are attributes of the Tocqueville Society members. The members of this society present United Way of Escambia County with an annual gift of $10,000 or greater.

Red Feather Fellowship:  The red feather was first used as a badge of courage and is now a symbol of intelligent, voluntary giving. Red Feather Fellowship members are donors who give an annual gift of $1,000 to $9,999. Some give a gift combined with a spouse or loved one.

Women United:  Women United is a collection of female donors who make an annual gift of $1,000 or more OR make an annual gift of $500 and volunteer for at least 25 hours within the education focus area. Some give a gift combined with a spouse or partner. This group meets quarterly for networking socials and volunteer opportunities.

Emerging Leaders Society:  Emerging Leaders are young people—ages 21 to 40—who commit to LIVE UNITED 365 days per year by donating $1 a day to United Way.  This group meets quarterly for networking socials and volunteer opportunities.

Diamond Donors:  Diamond Donors have generously supported United Way for 25 years or more.