Alexis Charles-Henri Clerel de Tocqueville, in 1931, traveled the United States. His observations formed the basis of Democracy in America, a study of American society and politics. Perhaps his most important observation was that Americans hold in common a unique willingness to work for the public welfare – a tendency to lend faithful support to neighbors and countrymen, especially in times of need
The Tocqueville Society was created by United Way Worldwide to recognize individuals who are passionate about improving people's lives and contribute $10,000 or more annually to United Way. The Society also exists to promote and encourage voluntary community service, and recognize the value of such service to our nation.
|Frederick T. Johnston was selected in 1974 to lead the United Way of St. Lucie County. Today, the Frederick T. Johnston Society exemplifies his example of leadership, generosity, unselfishness and determination. Contributors to this society are recognized by the following designations.
Please contact Monte Kosoff at 772-464-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org to serve your community as a leadership giver.