United Way of Broward County’s Tocqueville Society hosted a Summer Social at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach. The event was held to wrap up the non-profit’s fiscal year and to thank Alexis de Tocqueville Society members for their continuous support during these unprecedented times. The social gathering was attended by Kathleen Cannon, President/CEO of United Way of Broward County, Scott Parker, Outgoing Tocqueville Society Chair, and Tocqueville Society members and their guests. A special announcement was made welcoming Allison Cagnetta as the new Chair. “As we wrap up our fiscal year, we were so thrilled to be able to celebrate in-person with our Alexis de Tocqueville Society,” said Kathleen Cannon, President/CEO of United Way of Browed County. “Our Tocqueville Society is committed to creating a positive impact throughout Broward County. We are so grateful for their support and look forward to another successful year ahead.” As the community works through the hardships of a global pandemic, now more than ever Broward County’s needs are growing at an exponential rate. United Way of Broward County strives to ensure that every person has access to quality health, education and financial stability. Through the generosity of community donors and the Alexis de Tocqueville Society, United Way of Broward County is solving complex issues and is creating long-lasting positive changes in the community now and for generations to come. United Way of Broward County’s Tocqueville Society was established in 1990 to deepen the understanding, commitment and support of our most generous and community-minded investors. In the spirit of the great philosopher, Alexis de Tocqueville, and his admiration of voluntarism in America, United Way of America founded the Tocqueville Society in 1984. Recognition in the Society is granted to individuals who give a minimum contribution of $10,000 annually to United Way. Partnership with United Way’s Million Dollar Roundtable is limited to individuals who have contributed $1,000,000 or more to the United Way cause.