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United Way in Central Md. celebrates annual Toqueville Society event

From left, Walter D. Pinkard Jr., a senior adviser with Cushman & Wakefield, and Mary-Ann Pinkard get a photo with Wally and Jillian Pinkard at the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Toqueville Society celebration. Walter and Mary-Ann were honored as Philanthropists of the Year at the event. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

From left, Walter D. Pinkard Jr., a senior adviser with Cushman & Wakefield, and Mary-Ann Pinkard get a photo with Wally and Jillian Pinkard at the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Toqueville Society celebration. Walter and Mary-Ann were honored as Philanthropists of the Year at the event. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Central Maryland)

From left, Dr. Carole Miller, a section chief at the cancer institute at St. Agnes Hospital; Ilana Mittman, a consultant in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion with Johns Hopkins Medicine; Scott Mittman; and Dolores Njoku, pediatric anesthesiology program director and associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at with Johns Hopkins Medicine, enjoy the evening at Bar Vazquez. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

From left, Dr. Carole Miller, a section chief at the cancer institute at St. Agnes Hospital; Ilana Mittman, a consultant in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion with Johns Hopkins Medicine; Scott Mittman; and Dolores Njoku, pediatric anesthesiology program director and associate professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine at with Johns Hopkins Medicine, enjoy the evening at Bar Vazquez. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Central Maryland)

Donald A. Mattran Jr., a partner at Foundry Wealth Advisors, and Marianne D. Mattran, president and co-founder of Foundry Wealth Advisors, attended the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Toqueville Society celebration. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

Donald A. Mattran Jr., a partner at Foundry Wealth Advisors, and Marianne D. Mattran, president and co-founder of Foundry Wealth Advisors, attended the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Toqueville Society celebration. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

From left, Graham Johnson, vice president of commercial banking at FNB Corporation; Dana Perzynski Johnson, an associate principal with architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross; the Rev. William E. Lori, Archbishop of Baltimore; Jim Sellinger, chancellor of education with the Archdiocese of Baltimore; and Franklyn Baker, president and CEO of United Way in Central Maryland, pose for a photo. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

From left, Graham Johnson, vice president of commercial banking at FNB Corporation; Dana Perzynski Johnson, an associate principal with architecture firm Ayers Saint Gross; the Rev. William E. Lori, Archbishop of Baltimore; Jim Sellinger, chancellor of education with the Archdiocese of Baltimore; and Franklyn Baker, president and CEO of United Way in Central Maryland, pose for a photo. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Central Maryland)

Mark Furst, a senior vice president with Kennedy Krieger Institute, poses for a photo with, from left, Sandy Furst, Stacie Kwoka, Mary Furst and Kelly Nolan. Mark Furst was honored at the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Tocqueville Society event as a Volunteer of a Lifetime. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

Mark Furst, a senior vice president with Kennedy Krieger Institute, poses for a photo with, from left, Sandy Furst, Stacie Kwoka, Mary Furst and Kelly Nolan. Mark Furst was honored at the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Tocqueville Society event as a Volunteer of a Lifetime. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Central Maryland)

From left, Steve Woerner, president and CEO of Baltimore Gas & Electric; Mark Huston, president of Constellation Retail with Constellation, an Exelon Company; Andy Brooks, vice president of T. Rowe Price Group and T. Rowe Price Associates; and Jim McHugh, CEO of Constellation, an Exelon Company, gather for a photo. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

From left, Steve Woerner, president and CEO of Baltimore Gas & Electric; Mark Huston, president of Constellation Retail with Constellation, an Exelon Company; Andy Brooks, vice president of T. Rowe Price Group and T. Rowe Price Associates; and Jim McHugh, CEO of Constellation, an Exelon Company, gather for a photo. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Central Maryland)

From left, Tomi Hiers, vice president with the Center for Civic Sites and Community Change at The Annie E. Casey Foundation; Martina Martin, senior vice president and chief operating officer with United Way of Central Maryland; and Debbie Diehl, a partner at law firm Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, attended the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Tocqueville Society event. (Photo courtesy of United Way in Central Maryland)

From left, Tomi Hiers, vice president with the Center for Civic Sites and Community Change at The Annie E. Casey Foundation; Martina Martin, senior vice president and chief operating officer with United Way of Central Maryland; and Debbie Diehl, a partner at law firm Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, attended the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Tocqueville Society event. (Photo courtesy of United Way of Central Maryland)

More than 200 guests attended the United Way of Central Maryland’s annual Tocqueville Society event Sept. 30 at Bar Vazquez in Baltimore.

Walter D. Pinkard Jr. and Mary-Ann Pinkard were honored as Philanthropists of the Year, Exelon was named the Organization of the Year for its philanthropic efforts and Mark Furst, a senior vice president with Kennedy Krieger Institute, was named a Volunteer of a Lifetime. Furst is also a former CEO of the United Way of Central Maryland.

The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions in the United States, France and Romania who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create long-lasting changes by tackling our communities’ most serious issues.

The organization strives to change lives through philanthropic leadership focused on the building blocks for a better life: a quality education that leads to a stable job, income that can support a family through retirement and good health. It also communicates the vital role of personal philanthropic action in creating long-lasting changes, expands high-level personal giving and United Way Major and Planned Giving programs an strengthens local United Way leadership by building a network of like-minded leaders across the globe.

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