Tocqueville

Tocqueville Society

We celebrate your generosity, leadership, and the power of collective giving to create impact for our community.

"Philanthropy is almost the only virtue which is sufficiently appreciated by mankind."

-Henry David Thoreau

 

As generous supporters and leaders you create solutions and real change right here in Spokane County. Through your generosity, you have shown your passion for our community. This site is a space where we get to share your ongoing impact and provide updates on new initiatives and efforts to continuously make Spokane County the place where all of us can live, work, play, and spend time with our families.

What's new in April

April is Spokane Gives Month

Born from the commitment to building Spokane as the most compassionate City, former Mayor David Condon (2012-2019) began the Spokane Gives initiative in 2014 as a week-long volunteer event throughout the community. Today, Spokane County United Way partners with the City of Spokane throughout the entire month of April and serves as an expansion of the already impressive philanthropy in the community and works to build the network between volunteers and non-profits to promote giving and volunteer service year-round.

As part of Spokane Gives we, along with our partners at Premera, STCU, and The City of Spokane, granted 28 local nonprofits Spokane Gives Mini-Grants totaling $13,400 to support volunteer projects happening throughout April.

The Community School's Project

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Spokane Gives Mini-Grants

Watch what The Community School plans to use their Spokane Gives Mini-Grant to accomplish.

See all 28 programs receiving a Spokane Gives Mini-Grant.

Spokane Gives Photos

About

The National United Way Tocqueville Society was formed in 1984 to deepen individual understanding of, commitment to, and support for United Way’s work in advancing the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. The Spokane County United Way Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders throughout our community who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our community's most serious issues.

Membership in the Tocqueville Society is granted to individuals who contribute $10,000 or more annually to Spokane County United Way. 

Change lives through philanthropic leadership.

Communicate the vital role of personal philanthropic action in creating long-lasting changes.

Expand high-level personal giving and United Way Major and Planned Giving programs.

Strengthen local United Way leadership by becoming part of a network of like-minded Tocqueville leaders across the globe.

For program and membership information please contact Andie Mackin, Director of Resource Development.