The United Way Alexis de Tocqueville Society reunites the leaders in our communities – both as philanthropists and in their respective industries. They are the kind of people who realize they have achieved the
success that so many others are striving to obtain; and that success also calls for a higher sense of social responsibility.
Worldwide, the Society gathers over 25.000 members and was founded more than 30 years ago to recognize and encourage individual contributions of over 10.000$ per year.
From its roots in the US, the Tocqueville Society has been replicated in only two European countries – in France, where it is presided by Jean-Guillaume de Tocqueville d’Hérouville, Alexis de Tocqueville’s descendant and a champion of philanthropy himself, and in Romania.
United Way Romania’s Tocqueville Society was established in 2011 and reached 8 members in 2016:
Valeria Răcilă van Groningen and Steven van Groningen, President & CEO Raiffeisen Bank
Peter Weiss, Consultant
Marian Dinu, Partner DLA Piper
Lidia Fați and Dan Fați, Founding Partners Dacris
Ioana Hațegan, Managing Partner Hațegan Law Office
Andrei Pogonaru, Partner Central European Financial Services
Daniela Toader and Șerban Toader, Senior Partner KPMG Romania and Moldova
Călin Avram, Finance Expert
As a member of the United Way Romania Alexis de Tocqueville Society, you will:
- receive information about our work: you will receive regular updates, including briefing papers, newsletters and our annual report
- be recognized as a top philanthropist: you will receive a place of honor among those who are improving our community through generous contributions.
- be visibly and publicly recognized at our events: the Annual Gala and the exclusive events organized for the Society members
If you are interested in joining the United Way Romania Alexis de Tocqueville Society, please contact:
Cristina Damian, Executive Director United Way: cristina.damian(at)unitedway.ro
For more information, please download the United Way Romania Alexis de Tocqueville Society Brochure.