What does it mean to be a Leader?
Leadership comes from passion and your need to serve others. If you have a passion to help others and a desire to improve our community, then you CAN be a leader. Valley United Way would like to invite you to join our other exemplary donors by joining our leadership giving society. Your gift of $1000 or more will bring you to our leadership status and will allow YOU to make your mark on the Valley. Read below to read more about our leadership giving societies and to see who else has become a Valley United Way leader. Thank you to all of our leadership givers!
Commodore Isaac Hull Society and Alexis de Tocqueville Society
Members of the Commodore Isaac Hull Society are caring, courageous and independent leaders who challenge the status quo and lead their community by example. They ensure that the much needed health, human, and social services continue to be made available to all those living and working in our Valley community.
We invite all those interested, to join our current members of the Commodore Isaac Hull Society and set an example for others to follow. A gift to Valley United Way in the amount of $1000 or greater will qualify you for membership.
Membership is broken down into three levels
- Donors of $1000 to $2499 will become members of the Captain’s Circle
- Donors of $2500 to $4999 will become members of the Commodore’s Circle
- Donors of $5000 to $9999 will become members of the Admiral’s Circle
Any donor who contributes $10,000 or more on an annual basis will be inducted into the Alexis de Tocqueville Society. This prestigious society is recognized on a national level established by United Way Worldwide (formerly known as United Way of America) back in 1984 as a way to distinguish individual donors who contribute at a great magnitude to their local United Way branch. United Way Worldwide produces a recognition book of all donors, nationwide, who are members of the Alexis de Tocqueville Society. Society members are dedicated to improving the quality of life in their community. These caring people set the tone for opening doors of opportunity to the young; who nurture the spirit of volunteerism; who maintain the human services that enable so many to live in the quiet dignity we all cherish. Society members range from local community leaders and individuals to the nationwide well-known such as Ambassador Walter Annenberg and Bill Gates. There are more than 13,500 members in 285 communities nationwide.
Please click here for a listing of Valley United Way’s current Commodore Hull Society members and Alexis de Tocqueville Society members.
For an archive of past members click here