The B.M. & Frances Britain Society
Through membership in the B.M. & Frances Britain Society, TCU recognizes individuals who have made a gift to TCU in their wills. The society is named for B.M. Britain, a member of the class of 1924, and his wife, Frances. The couple supported the University throughout their lifetimes and their combined estate gifts represent the largest planned gift in TCU’s history. In addition, the Britains benefited the University by establishing seven charitable trusts.
We appreciate the opportunity to thank individuals for their future gifts, and membership in the Britain Society is one way we do that. By letting TCU know of your gift intention during your lifetime, you ensure that the gift will be used as you intend. In addition, your generosity can inspire others to make a similar type of gift.
The Office of Gift Planning is available to discuss any type of gift with you and your advisor. TCU’s Gift Planning team can be reached at 817.257.7299 or 877.TCU.FROG (toll free) and email@example.com.
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