Donor Recognition

 

DISTINCTIVE BRITE SOCIETIES

Brite Divinity School invites you to join the distinctive giving societies by supporting the shared vision for

the preparation of leaders for the church, academy and world.

 

Eddie & Lucas Brite Society

When you give a gift in excess of $1,000, you are listed in the Brite Society, named for Eddie and Lucas Brite, whose gifts in 1914 established the school as a separately incorporated institution.

 

The Davis-Kallenberg Society

When you include Brite in your estate plans, you are listed in the Davis-Kallenberg Society, named for Gilbert D. Davis and Edward Kallenberg for their tireless efforts to secure estate gifts.

 

SHARED TCU SOCIETIES

Brite Divinity School’s partnership with Texas Christian University provides Brite donors membership in multiple Giving Societies:

 

Addison & Randolph Clark Society

When you give a gift in excess of $1,000 to Brite, you are also listed in the TCU Clark Society. The Clark Society is named for the founders of TCU and Brite Divinity School, Addison and Randolph Clark. B.M. & Frances Britain Society

 

When you include Brite in your estate plans, you are also listed in TCU’s Britain Society, established in honor of B.M. Britain, a 1924 TCU graduate. He and his wife’s combined estates represent the largest bequests in TCU’s history.