United Way’s Grant Recipient Spotlight: The Fine Feather Foundation supports youth mental health through art. With United Way’s Fund for Racial Justice and Equity grant, their summer camp saw 98% attendance, showcasing art’s healing power.
Financial Literacy Center is dedicated to enhancing financial knowledge and skills among people of all ages by providing free, comprehensive education that leads to tangible transformation among its students.
Tocqueville Member Spotlight: Bill Schaninger, Ph.D. Supports Innovative Solutions with Measurable Results
“Education is the pathway to a brighter future, and I really believe in United Way’s mission to ensure that all kids are afforded the opportunity to graduate high school prepared for life, college and career.”
“We give to United Way because their emphasis on education and building strong families aligns with our values.”
Tocqueville Society members, Bill and Peggy Hecht, give to United Way because our emphasis on education and building strong families aligns with their values.
“United Way pinpoints the programs that have the greatest impact in our community at any given time, making our donations the most effective choice.”
Tocqueville Society members, Mary Lisicky and Amber Simchak, are passionate about giving back to our community through service, volunteering and philanthropy.
“Because PPL matches employee gifts, we have been able to double our United Way impact on the causes that we care about.”
Mike and Melissa Shafer, Tocqueville Society donors since 2021, share their personal reasons for giving back through United Way.
“United Way provides an opportunity for everyone to contribute toward creating positive change in our communities.”
Steve Jones and Melanie Sanchez-Jones support United Way because they recognize the importance of a strong foundation is providing equal opportunities for every child’s future.
“Tocqueville allows us to actualize impact, ensuring outcomes that we want to see in our community.”
Kevin and Skye Greene give because they support equitable impact and being United Way Tocqueville Society members allows them to be on every level of the process.
New Tocqueville Society members, Chris Baldrige and David Skerpon, share their personal reasons for supporting United Ways for nearly 40 years.
“Our family strongly believes in the power of coordinated action and recognizes Tocqueville’s significant contributions towards achieving United Way’s community goals.”
Seasoned Tocqueville Society donors, Paul and Kym Farr, share why they proudly give their time and investments to United Way to support the community they call home.