The Honey Brown Hope Foundation is a strong organization that promotes diversity, literacy and inclusion for all races. Since its inception, the organization has worked hard to ensure that everyone that makes a reasonable request of it is heard and treated with compassion. The founder, Tammie Campbell is well known in the Houston area for reaching out and helping those in need in the Houston area but her work has extended to other part of the country too. Her efforts to bring to light the plight of Sarah Collins, a survival of the Birmingham Alabama Church Bombing in 1963 are but one of the instances she has reached outside of Texas to help others.
I've only had the opportunity to work with the foundation on only one event, but what an event it was. Bringing Sarah Collins story to light was such an awesome testimony of how the Honey Brown Hope is committed to making sure that our history is never forgotten. I was the photographer for the event and to capture the love and respect for Ms. Collins but even more for Tammie Campbell was simply amazing. Job well done Honey Brown Hope Foundation and I look forward to working with you for years to come.
John V. Williams
Bringing history alive by allowing Thurgood Mrshall HS to host the History Talks Today event was phenomenal. Our students experienced a part of history they probably would have never experienced, great partnership. 1...2...3...Whoosh to the Honey Brown Foundation!
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation has been a strong pillar in our community for years and has impacted lives through cultural arts, humanitarian efforts, and educational endeavors. I am so glad to have had the opportunity to experience this foundations good works first hand!
I had the pleasure of working with the Honey Brown Hope Foundation several years ago when I served as the Public Information Manager for the City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department. Tammie Campbell, the founder of the Honey Brown Hope Foundation, approached me with a tremendous idea to help promote recycling and environmental awareness that utilizes Houston area youth. The "We Love America Healthy Clean and Green" Environmental and Diversity Calendar was a 365 day reminder to promote environmental awareness and action. The calendar uses photographs taken by children. For several years, this calendar was distributed in select locations around the city including City of Houston public facilities.
Over the years, our work together has transcended to a friendship. Although I have moved on to work in the private sector, I still stay in contact and am glad to have supported her recent event celebrating the anniversary of the Civil Rights with the Eyes on the Prize program honoring Sarah Collins Rudolph and Texas State Representative Senfronia Thompson. The Honey Brown Hope Foundation's programs are educational, thought provoking and unique. Under Mrs. Tammie Lang Campbell's leadership, the organization makes a tremendous impact in being an advocate for the youth and those who do not have a voice. The Honey Brown Hope Foundation takes on challenges to help serve and assist the disadvantaged when no one else will. This organization is truly a blessing.
Honey Brown Hope Foundation helped me with concern support when I faced my darkest hour fighting for the safety of my grandchildren who were in my care. When all doors and ears seemed closed to me, Tammie Campbell made personal phone calls to connect me to the right ears who could contact the right people to stand up for my grandchildren. I appreciate her so much for her tireless work efforts in our human community. Tammie Campbell is a friend and a champion for mothers and children who are struggling against injustice and the odds.
God bless Tammie Campbell and The Honey Brown Hope Foundation.
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation and its director and founder, Tammie Campbell, have always been a blessing to every community where a blatant injustice has taken place. Whether it is a student who is being bullied in school, racially harassed or taunted, or a parent needing help in the community or a community alone, when called, Tammie Campbell has stood for justice with many. Anytime I have called her with a concern that involves our children and our human rights, Tammie has listened, collaborated, and helped to resolve the conflict. I don't know of any more deserving organization and director to be recognized than Tammie Campbell and The Honey Brown Hope Foundation. The foundation is as good as its name. Hope and caring is what you get when you call them.
L. S. Enakevwe
‘Steadfast’ is how I would describe the Honey Brown hope foundation. I have worked with many non-profits over the past 10 years, and have yet to see an organization so firm in their purpose to serve the youth in our community. The spirit of light and hope permeates through every facet of this organization from their environmental initiatives, to hosting school supply drives, to spotlighting deserving civil leaders of our nation.
I was blessed to meet and work for the founder, Tammie Lang Campbell almost 5 years ago. Since then, I have been able to witness her profound dedication in instilling diversity appreciation, cultural awareness, and environmental stewardship in our youth. She has this special ability to reach them in a way no one else can. I know from personal experience that when you are touched by the light of Honey Brown Hope, you can’t help but pass that light on to your neighbor. I am grateful and honored to have worked along with other HBH volunteers who share her sentiments and vision.
When we choose to fuel Honey Brown Hope, we are directly fueling our youth and community in a way that is endless!
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation is a non-profit childrens organization that promotes writing, literacy, environmental health, and cultural diversity. Just recently the foundation brought in to honor and highlight Sarah Collins Rouldoph. She is civil rights hate crime survivor. The foundation educated over a 1000 students in the Houston area on the civil rights movement. For over twenty years the foundation has been making a impact for the community. Please support the foundation and all its work!
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation is a trail blazer in the non profit industry in Houston. I have worked in the non profit industry for several years and have never seen an organization with more passionate leadership. The Honey Brown Hope Foundation is working to strengthen the community and bring awareness to important issues.
Honey Brown Hope epitomizes what a foundation aims to be. The foundation easily and readily
meets the needs of the city of Houston and her people. Honey Brown Hope is cut from the very
cloth of The Civil Rights Movement and embodies, encourages, and furthers the cause.
So very honored to be affiliated!
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation powered by Tammie Campbell has generated her fire and passion in the lives of individuals. It's brought hope, encouragement and fought for the rights of our communities. The Honey Brown Hope Foundation will continue to be a positive reflection of hope in the lives of others because of the heart drive imbedded in the founder. When it starts at the top, it will flow through and out of the foundation and it's proven it self year after year.
I was overwhelmed at the recently held Civil Rights Event honoring two women, Representative Senfronia Thompson and Ms. Rudolph, a survivor of the Birmingham bombings. The love, gratitude and gift granted upon Ms. Rudolph was complete. I honor Tammie Lang Campbell for her vision, vitality and willingness to do the right thing. Compassion and empathy are missing in our society, too often. Honey Brown Hope keeps me believing that we can 'Be About it' instead of 'Talking About it' in round table discussions and town halls. Keep up the good work!!!!! You rock!
Cynthia M. Ginyard
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation has been a relentless champion to the commitment for the advancement of cultural arts at both national and local levels! The founder, Tammie Campbell, has had a life-long, sincere/genuine care towards helping and inspiring others to reach their full potential, which is exemplified by her outstanding accomplishments towards cultural arts advancement.
Tammie Campbell and the Honey Brown Hope foundation has been doing a phenomenal job in bring attention to important issues in the Houston and even national community. n She has shown tremendous courage in speaking out for those without a voice, yet unlike many, many "spokepersons", she seeks to shine the spotlight on the issue,and Not on herself. Congratulations and thank you Tammie Campbell.
Tammie Campbell, founder of The Honey Brown Hope Foundation, is a passionate advocate for creating harmony and justice in the face of social, cultural and racial injustices and disparities. She also works tirelessly to provide our youth with experiences and opportunities that help build positive self esteem and confidence. A photography contest that she inspired helped my daughter to develop self-confidence in her abilities and inspired a love for media and the arts that would serve her well in the future as she later pursued and obtained a degree in broadcast journalism from one of the top journalism school's in the country. So thankful for the seeds of encouragement and inspiration that the Honey Brown Hope Foundation has planted, and continues to plant, in the lives of others.
The Honey Brown Hope goes directly to the heart of the community to raise awareness about racial diversity. They are especially faithful to reach students from every culture with the message of respect, honor, dignity, and diversity. My own daughter recently benefitted by not only participating in their recent celebration of The Eye on the Prize 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, sharing moments with living history role models: Texas State Rep., Senfronia Thompson, and 1963 Birmingham, AL church bombing survivor, Sarah Collins Rudolph.
Honey Brown Hope Foundation is awesome at providing golden moments like this for children in the community and spreading hope and encouragement to them to go further and do better.