United Way of Greater Atlanta’s Tocqueville Society members understand what a significant gift can help accomplish. Atlanta’s Tocqueville Society, which was formed in 1985, is named after French politician Alexis de Tocqueville, who recognized the importance of voluntary action. Members of Tocqueville Society…
#WhyWednesday: Doug Hutcherson
For Doug Hutcherson, CEO of Lockton Partners, LCC Southeast and member of our Tocqueville Society, he wanted to make an impact in Greater Atlanta beyond writing a check. Today, hear why Doug got involved in our Street-to-Home program to combat homelessness—and to learn more about Doug and Lockton’s commitment to philanthropy, read our interview with him here.
In Greater Atlanta, more than 5,000 people are in shelters or on the street on any given night, most of whom are unable to access the support and services they need to help end their homelessness. Street-to-Home seeks to end homelessness through reunification with friends and families, obtaining permanent housing, and referrals to support programs, which led to stability.