My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Honey Brown Hope Foundation-For the Advancement of Cultural Arts, Stafford, TX, USA
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.