United Way of Broward County

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More than 100 mem­bers of United Way of Broward County’s Toc­queville So­ci­ety and guests were on-hand as phi­lan­thropists Winifred and Joseph Amaturo were pre­sented with the 2016 Toc­queville So­ci­ety Award.

The Amaturos are com­mit­ted to Broward County, mak­ing the com­mu­nity a bet­ter place and gen­er­ously sup­port­ing char­i­ta­ble or­ga­ni­za­tions across South Florida. They have been United Way sup­port­ers for more than 20 years.

United Way of Broward County’s Toc­queville So­ci­ety was founded in 1990 by com­mu­nity lead­ers Bob El­more; Wayne and Marti Huizenga; Bob and Mil­li­cent Steele; and Wil­liam and Norma Horvitz. The Toc­queville So­ci­ety rep­re­sents the col­lec­tive car­ing power of more than 145 fam­i­lies who in­vest $10,000 or more per year in United Way of Broward County.

Keith Cobb, left, Dot Cobb, Wini Amaturo and Joe Amaturo

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