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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