For over 25 years under the leadership of our Founder and Executive Director Tammie Lang Campbell, The Honey Brown Hope Foundation, an award-winning, nationally recognized nonprofit, has contagiously spread hope among young people and their families through educational, engaging and informative programs that align with our causes — diversity appreciation, environmental stewardship and civil rights.
We know that a little bit of honey and a lot of hope go a long way.
Hope is kept alive at the Foundation through our initiatives that encourage children to have healthy self-worth, be good stewards of one’s body and environment and appreciate different cultures.
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To contagiously spread hope among young people through educational, engaging and informative programs that align with our causes.
Impact of Hope
The Foundation's decades of services has: addressed disparaging disciplinary tactics fueling the school-to-prison pipeline; afforded over 5,000 Houston-area youth the opportunity to sit at the feet of civil rights champions; raised over $50,000 for unsung civil rights heroes; influenced legislation in Texas and Hawaii; leveraged distribution of over 200,000 free “We Love America Healthy’ Clean and Green” calendars to motivate communities to be good stewards of the environment; given hundreds of youth an opportunity to express their God-given talents through the arts and theatrical productions that align with the Foundation’s causes; and led the charge to eradicate use of the most inflammatory racial slur, the n-word.