Nothing makes me prouder of our country than the way we come together to help when disaster hits. We roll up our sleeves, open our wallets and are ready to do what it takes to get communities back on their feet. I'm also proud of the many volunteers, donors and advocates who are tackling the problems facing Monterey County.
The Tocqueville Society recognizes local philanthropic leaders and volunteer champions who have devoted time, talent, and funds to create a healthy, safe, thriving community for all.
"Goodness is about character -- integrity, honesty, kindness, generosity, moral courage, and the like. More than anything else, it is how we treat other people," said Dennis Prager, author and host of radio's Dennis Prager Show. I cannot think of better words to thank each and everyone of you most kind and generous Tocqueville Society members.
Members of the Tocqueville Society are part of a distinguished group that understands how generosity today impacts the generations of tomorrow. Select community events connect like-minded innovators of progress in our community and fuel United Way's high-impact work in Monterey County.
More about Morley:
Morley Brown is an avid volunteer and champion of humanitarian causes throughout Monterey County, she currently serves on the board of the Salvation Army with over 30 years of membership, a former director of United Way and Director Emeritus of Meals on Wheels of Monterey Peninsula. She serves on the selection committee for the Jefferson Public Service Awards.
To learn more about the Alexis de Tocqueville Society contact Lynda Patrick.