These distinguished groups of United Way givers secure a place within Hall County as guardians for the future. In demonstrating a commitment to improving lives in Hall County, they inspire the compassion and generosity of others.
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The Tocqueville SocietyThe Tocqueville Society recognizes the generosity of individuals and families contributing at the highest levels of personal giving with gifts of $10,000 or more annually. These caring philanthropists exemplify an outstanding commitment to improving lives in Hall County. The society is named for the French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville, who wrote admiringly of the American effort for the common good.
Leadership Giving SocietyThe Leadership Society recognizes those individuals or couples who contribute $1,000 or more annually.
The Conrad Romberg Loyal Contributor SocietyAs an innovative local businessman, Conrad Romberg was instrumental in starting United Way. His company, City Ice, was the first to offer “payroll deduction” as a way for employees to easily contribute on a regular basis.
In 2008, during the 60th anniversary celebration of United Way of Hall County, we honored the legacy of Conrad Romberg by creating THE CONRAD ROMBERG LOYAL CONTRIBUTOR SOCIETY. Mr. Romberg believed it was important that everyone have the opportunity to support United Way and that any gift size was significant. The Loyal Contributor Society recognizes long-time financial support of United Way regardless of the gift size. Throughout our 65-year history, tens of thousands of people have contributed to United Way of Hall County. Every gift…from $1 per week to $100 per week and beyond... was crucial to the success of our organization in fulfilling its mission.
Young Leaders SocietyThe Young Leaders Society was established in 2008 to encourage the next generation of leadership. These individuals and couples in their 20's, 30's, and 40's contribute an annual gift of $500 or more to United Way of Hall County. Others who have made such a gift and have an interest in participating in Society activities are welcome.
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