One person can change the future.
Join other leaders, colleagues who have a great awareness and genuine interest in transforming lives and creating lasting systematic changes in our community.
Honor Circle, established in the 1990, is compound by leaders from different socioeconomic sectors of the country and have a high philanthropic awareness. United Way Puerto Rico involves people who care to improve the quality of life of others to build a stronger community in benefit of everyone. They are people who care about the welfare of others and generously invest with a contribution of $1,000 or more annually to help support others. This your chance to help make Puerto Rico a better place.
To invest in United Way Puerto Rico is to invest in everyone. As a nonprofit organization, all the funds are beneficial to all the community.
The Honor Circle is an avenue that allows you to discover the beginning of an investment route with gratifying experiences.
Be a Volunteer
United Way Puerto Rico has different areas of impact in the communities. The Volunteers have always been on a key factor to be part of the impact teams.
Support a Cause
Through sponsorship, we connect your support and make sure that individuals and families have access to good health, quality education and financially stability.
ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY
In 1972, United Way of America founded Alexis Tocqueville Society with the purpose to acknowledge the prominent volunteers, encourage donations at a higher level and develop new recourses to strengthen the community. In 1997, for the first time in the history of United Way Puerto Rico, four leaders of the puertorican community got together to established in our island a chapter of the distinguished society. The founding partners were: Churchill G. Carey, Jose Enrique Fernandez, Zoila Levis and Alfred Ramirez de Arellano.
The chapter of Puerto Rico counts with philanthropists that to belong to Alexis Tocqueville Society, they contribute with a minimum donation of $10,000 in personal quality to United Way Puerto Rico. In the United States, to belong in this philanthropist’s society like Bill Gates, president and cofounder of the Microsoft Corporation, Emilio & Gloria Estefan and Jenny & Sid Craig, founders of Jenny Craig Weight Loss Center; each one of them contribute $1,000,000 to United Way of America.