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Join a Giving Society

Let’s work together to maximize our impact. Joining a Giving Society is a convenient way to make a holistic investment in our community while connecting with fellow change-seekers and engaging directly with the community impact work that is transforming North Texas.

Ruth Sharp Altshuler Tocqueville Society

A powerful force for good, this exclusive group contributes at least $10,000 in a fiscal year.

Women of Tocqueville

A dynamic group of women leaders who are committed to creating long-term change in North Texas.


Catalysts for change who invest in the future of North Texas by giving at least $2,500 in a fiscal year.

March Tocqueville Fellows

A multi-year learning, giving and volunteering program that builds a strong pipeline of community leaders.

Emerging Leaders

Energetic up-and-comers who are 35 and under and who contribute at least $250 in a fiscal year.


Pacesetters who lead by example, inspire their community and give at least $1,000 in a fiscal year.

Teens United

Teens United is a special volunteer group within United Way of Metropolitan Dallas that enables teens ages 13 to 18 to positively impact their community.

The Giving Society Experience

Our Giving Societies make it easy to connect with other supporters who share your enthusiasm for creating lasting change.
  • The collective brilliance and star-power of this diverse and talented group of women who engage and impact our community is incomparable.
    Michelle Thomas
    2021-2022 Women of Tocqueville Chair
  • My involvement in United Way as a young professional has provided meaningful insight as to what resources our neighbors need most to achieve the education, financial stability and health we all deserve. I am grateful and proud to be affiliated with such a researched, impactful and important cause.

    Kylie Moreland
    Leadership Society Member
  • I’m part of Emerging Leaders because I believe young philanthropic leaders can be the next generation of change-makers. They don’t need to have a lot of financial resources. They have the skills and the expertise. We just need them to show up, educate themselves and mobilize.
    Tyler Riddell
    Co-Chair of Emerging Leaders