UWS News Briefs

Tocqueville Society members gather to “Celebrate the Season”

A chilly evening didn’t deter Tocqueville Society members and other special guests from gathering on December 4 to connect with old friends, meet new Tocqueville Society members and enjoy the holiday season.  Hosted at the beautiful St. Petersburg home of Tocqueville Society members James and Molly Camp, guests enjoyed an evening of food, fun and good conversation.  As new United Way Suncoast CEO Jessica Muroff noted, the gathering served as an opportunity to say “thank you” to Tocqueville Society members for investing in our work and sharing our vision.  Our special thanks to James and Molly Camp for graciously opening their home for this event.  You can see photos from the event here: holiday party.

Resource Development Council & Tocqueville Society Cabinet

United Way Suncoast is looking for leaders and volunteers to join a proposed Resource Development Council and Tocqueville Society Cabinet.  The Resource Development Council will be responsible for overseeing the fundraising and resource development functions of the organization and it will oversee the Campaign Cabinets, Tocqueville Society Cabinet and Affinity Groups to include Women United and Young Leaders’ Society.  To learn more about the duties and responsibilities associated with these opportunities, please contact: 

Gail Nursey
Chief Development Officer

Tocqueville Society Calendars

Tocqueville Society calendars, featuring the beautiful photographs of Tocqueville Society members Nancy and Martin Koch, were mailed to Tocqueville Society members late 2019.  If you didn’t receive one, please contact:  Jan Resch or 813-274-0918.

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