Leaders In Giving
What is Leaders In Giving?
Leaders In Giving is a group of donors who make personal contributions of $1,000 or more to the Pikes Peak United Way annual campaign. Spouses or partners may combine gifts to reach the Leader in Giving level.
- During the 2010-2011 campaign, over 1,050 Leaders In Giving donated $2.5 million which represented 45% of the giving for the entire campaign
Levels of Giving:
- Summit Society donors give $1,000 to $9,999. Last year, 993 Summit donors gave a total of $1.5 million
- Tocqueville Society donors give $10,000 or more. There were 62 local members of this national organization in 2010-2011 contributing over $1 million.
Leaders In Giving Opportunities:
- Donors have the ability to cover all of their charitable giving with one contribution, making their philanthropic giving much easier
- All Leaders are invited to special recognition events for Leaders In Giving donors. Tocqueville members also have an annual recognition dinner
- Leaders have the opportunity to designate their gift in memory of a loved one, with recognition in the Leaders In Giving book
- Leaders In Giving donors are eligible to serve on the Develoment Committee, Summit Society Committee or Tocqueville Committee
Leaders In Giving Programs:
Tocqueville Society - An exclusive national society created by United Way Worldwide and founded locally in 1992 by Dusty and Gary Loo. Tocqueville members give $10,000 or more annually, providing the power to make a difference.
Women's Leadership Council - Open to all female donors of Leaders In Giving with a purpose to bring about long lasting change in the community through philanthropy, advocacy and volunteerism. The Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) specifically promotes initiatives that support lifelong learning to empower our community.