Madison,
08
October
2018
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12:00 PM
America/Chicago

Jack and Sarah Salzwedel receive the 2018 United Way of Dane County Tocqueville Society Award

Summary

The Salzwedels recently received the 2018 United Way of Dane County Tocqueville Society Award at United Way’s annual Tocqueville Society Membership Reception in Madison, Wis.

American Family Insurance Chair and CEO Jack Salzwedel, and his wife, Sarah, were honored with the United Way of Dane County's Tocqueville Society award for 2018 at the annual society membership reception.

Jack and Sarah were recognized for their contributions to the community through their charity work, service on boards, foundations and support for various United Way community initiatives.

"Jack and Sarah take it upon themselves to embrace our entire community and invest in tens of thousands of people who call Dane County home," said United Way of Dane County CEO Renee Moe. "We are so grateful to them for their huge hearts, strategic minds and their incredible, humble commitment to stabilizing families and helping them achieve their dreams."

Congratulations Jack and Sarah!

Read United Way of Dane County's news release on Jack and Sarah's award.

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About the Tocqueville Society
United Way Tocqueville Society members are among our most engaged annual givers, households contributing $10,000 or more. Founded locally in 1990, the Society now has more than 250 members in Dane County. It is a national recognition level for United Way donors.

About United Way of Dane County
United Way fights for the education, financial stability, and health of everyone in Dane County. Through strategic partnerships and collaborative work, United Way brings the many voices of our community together to find common ground, develop a strategic architecture for change, and make measurable progress, while engaging organizations and individuals with the opportunity to give, advocate and volunteer to change lives in Dane County.

About the Tocqueville Society
United Way Tocqueville Society members are among our most engaged annual givers, households contributing $10,000 or more. Founded locally in 1990, the Society now has more than 250 members in Dane County. It is a national recognition level for United Way donors.