Alexis de Tocqueville Society

What is the Tocqueville Society?

The Alexis de Tocqueville Society is a group of civic leaders with a strong commitment and dedication to our community. Through annual gifts of $10,000 or more, our members make a measurable difference and inspire others to be a part of the change. When you support United Way of York County, you have the satisfaction of knowing your gift will be efficiently invested locally to maximize impact.

Tocqueville Society members are celebrated for both their leadership in the community and their impactful philanthropy at the highest level. Enjoy intimate social events with other Tocqueville Society members, and engage with members of First Capital Club, Women United, and United for Change Club.

Tocqueville Society Cabinet 2024

Paul Rudy, Chair

Graham Capital Management

W. Robert Berkebile


Linda Davidson

C.S. Davidson, Inc.

Victoria Diamond

WellSpan Health

Tom Donley

Community Volunteer

John Eyster

Fulton Bank

Dave Fitzgerald

North Metal & Chemical Company

John Olkowski

McConkey Insurance & Benefits

Raymond Rosen

Community Volunteer

Allison Siegelman

Periodontal & Implant Center of York

Larry Young

CGA Law Firm

1921 Legacy CircleThree people talking and smiling 

In honor of the year United Way of York County was founded, the 1921 Legacy Circle recognizes people who have remembered United Way of York County in their legacy plans. Our members have named United Way of York County as a beneficiary of a planned gift or made a cash gift to our endowment. Examples of gifts include a bequest, appreciated stock, gifts of life insurance, or gifts of retirement accounts. The lasting benefit our members receive is the satisfaction of making a lasting impact to the community’s well-being.

Step-Up Program

Many donors join Tocqueville Society as a Step-Up member. The Step-Up Program provides an opportunity to gradually increase your giving over a 3-year period, while receiving recognition and benefits for all 3 years.

Step up program

For additional information on the Tocqueville Society or United Way's Step-Up Program, please contact Kim Alvarez at, or 717-843-0957, ext. 811.