“A great strength arises out of the voluntary involvement of thousands of citizens in affairs of the community.” – Frank Batten Sr.
To be a Tocqueville member is to be surrounded by local leaders, subject matter experts, and the most generous of individuals in South Hampton Roads.Learn More
African American Leadership Society
Our vision is to engage philanthropists to use their resources to help resolve issues that are vital to our community such as strategic programs designed to reduce the gap in educational attainment and health disparities.Learn More
Our mission is to inspire women to become powerful philanthropists and committed volunteers, transforming the lives of women and children in need in South Hampton Roads.Learn More
Get Involved through Leadership Giving
The United Way Leadership Donor is an ally for those in need, an investor and stakeholder in the community. From a young philanthropist striving for change in our local school system, to a retired couple who endows their gift so that the community is changed forever – how and why you engage is your personal story.
The experience is yours to modify based on your interests and time. Some give knowing that fellow volunteers and staff will put those dollars to their best use; some take it a step further: acting as a catalyst for change.
Leadership donors are stakeholders in propelling United Way’s work forward and permanently changing our community for the better. We give because it’s the right thing to do and our impact is great.
Get Involved by Volunteering Your Time
Leadership Giving groups offer their members various family-friendly volunteering opportunities throughout the year. All of the groups mobilize for the annual Day of Action event, where volunteers work as teams to decorate elementary school bulletin boards and doors, welcoming students to summer school. Volunteers in the Raising A Reader program help young students develop a love of reading. The annual Christmas Depot depends on volunteers to set up shop, sorting food and toys donated from across the region for those in need during the holidays. Volunteers at the annual Stone Soup event prepare casseroles and bag lunches for various local shelters in just a couple hours of fast-paced, food prepping with a purpose!
For more about volunteering opportunities through Leadership Giving groups, please contact Stephanie Glenn at email@example.com.
Get Involved by Supporting United Way Financially
What happens in South Hampton Roads matters to all of us.
When a child or elderly person goes hungry, when an abuse victim has nowhere to go, when a really difficult issue arises, our community turns to United Way for solutions … and we turn to you. Our sole purpose is to serve the needs of South Hampton Roads. We bring together people who want to help because working together is the best way to make lasting change. When we put the lives of our community first, there is no issue too large to tackle – or too small to matter. Your gift helps more than one person or agency – it helps our entire community.
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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to the Campaign Finale Luncheon!
06/16/18 9:00am - 1:00pm
At last year’s Day of Action event, more than 200 volunteers and their families “flipped” four schools to help launch the summer programs at Chesterfield Academy, Jacox Elementary, P.B. Young, Sr. Elementary School and Ghent Elementary (Tidewater Park)! Volunteers spent the morning decorating more nearly 100 bulletin boards in summer themes to make the Summer […]
09/07/18 9:00am - 5:00pm
We are calling to action 1000+ regional volunteers to improve the quality of life in our community. Spend one day volunteering with us at local non-profits to complete more than 100 projects. Let’s Live United! Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org