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Emerging Leaders Society
This group is comprised of those who are 21-40 years old and contribute a minimum of $250 to United Way of York County. These young leaders participate in networking and educational events with York County leaders, as well as engage in volunteer projects throughout the year.
United Way of York County's success depends on contributors who set high standards of giving. Through annual leadership gifts of $1,000 or more, First Capital Club members have a profound impact on the lives of others in the community.
The Tocqueville Society recognizes the generosity of individuals and couples who contribute at the highest level of personal giving, with a minimum annual investment of $10,000. Established in 1988, the Tocqueville Society of York County is the foundation of philanthropy in our community. These caring philanthropists demonstrate an outstanding commitment to improving the quality of life in York County.
Women Living United offers women pledging $500 or more annually to United Way of York County an opportunity for networking and to help make a difference in York County. Led by a group of volunteers, the purpose of the group is to build a strong network of women working to improve people's lives throughout the area.
Loyal Contributors are those individuals who have been giving to United Way for 10 years or more. Their faithful support has had an impact in the lives of many people in our community.