Brite Circle is the group of supporters who give an annual gift of $1,000 or more to enable students to prepare for ministry and to maintain Brite’s standard of excellence in academics and pastoral training.
Brite Circle members’ support of Brite Divinity School is transformational in making it possible to pursue the missions of the School and for individuals to answer their call to ministry. It transforms the lives of these students, the churches and institutions they will serve, the communities they will serve in, and everyone they will touch through their ministries through the course of their lives.
Brite Circle was established to recognize these supporters’ partnership with Brite. Brite Circle members are honored in the year that they make a cumulative gift of $1,000 or more to any Brite fund/s, and throughout the following year. Additional levels of recognition within Brite Circle include:
Faith Partners, supporting with $2,500-$4,999;
Mission Partners, supporting with $5,000-$9,999; and
Covenant Partners, supporting with $10,000 and more.
Please consider becoming a charter member of Brite Circle in this inaugural year with a gift of $1,000 or more, which also may be given in increments over the course of a calendar year. We welcome you into this warm circle of special friends to Brite Divinity School.
The Davis-Kallenberg Society
Supporters who include Brite in their estate plans are listed in the Davis-Kallenberg Society, named for Gilbert D. Davis and Edward Kallenberg for their leadership in assisting Brite supporters with their estate planning.
Addison & Randolph Clark Society
Supporters who make a gift of $1,000 or more to Brite 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
Supporters who include Brite in their estate plans 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.