LEADERS IN GIVING
The Tocqueville Society of United Way of the Midlands was established in 1988 by twelve charter members whose vision and belief in the community spurred others to join and give. Today, the Tocqueville Society has more than 250 members and has notably raised over $90 million since its inception. This investment has led to the delivery of more than 1.9 million vital community services to help those in need across the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area.
TOCQUEVILLE WOMEN'S INITIATIVE
Started by a group of motivated and dynamic Tocqueville women in 2008, the initiative strives to connect and engage women of the Tocqueville Society in the community work of United Way of the Midlands.
The mission of Women United is to inspire, celebrate, educate and engage women in philanthropy and service related to their investment in the work of United Way of the Midlands. United Way of the Midlands Women United will positively impact lives in our community.
Women United…Leading the Way. EDUCATE. VOLUNTEER. INVEST.
United Way of the Midlands Bridgebuilders Society – Established in 1989, the Bridgebuilders Society recognizes individuals and families making annual gifts of $1,000 to $9,999. Such gifts represent a new level of community participation and involvement which helps bridge the gap between the increasing needs in our community and the services available to meet them. There are more than 2,900 local Bridgebuilders strengthening the local community through their support of United Way of the Midlands.
United Way unites Emerging Leaders with similar philanthropic interests so they can channel their skills and talents into making long-lasting, systemic and positive change in our community. Emerging Leaders involved in the council are those identified as emerging leaders in our metro area. They are individuals with a passion for giving back to our community by sharing their time, talents and financial support.