A LITTLE HONEY AND A LOT OF HOPE

For over two decades under the leadership of our Founder and Executive Director Tammie Lang Campbell, The Honey Brown Hope Foundation 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, cultural literacy, multicultural literature and civil rights.

As an award-winning, nationally recognized nonprofit, we know that a little bit of honey and a lot of hope go a long way.

Like honey, we want you to stick around awhile. Stay a bit and take a look at our history, initiatives, impact and national news coverage. To know about our annual, culturally relevant and commemorative programs, please sign up to receive our emails and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn

From Our Founder Tammie Lang Campbell

I established the Honey Brown Hope Foundation in 1991. As a mother, children’s author, playwright and community activist, I was encouraged to provide our youth with opportunities to seek their calling and practice their God-given talents.

We’re a program on wheels that accomplishes our mission by collaborating with schools, universities, businesses and civic organizations. 

I’m pleased to share that we made national and world news when we spread hope by saying no to slurs and burying the n-word (CNN) in 2007, supporting our children viewing President Obama’s Back-to-School Message in 2009 (Canada News Raw Story) and objecting to an insensitive "Blonde, Beautiful and Intelligent" classroom assignment in 1997 (ABC World News and Crisis Magazine).

I thank God in His precious Son’s name, Jesus Christ, for allowing me the ongoing opportunity to plant a seed of hope in our young people.

~ Founder and Executive Director Tammie Lang Campbell

 

Mission


To contagiously spread hope among young people through educational, engaging and informative programs that align with our causes.

Motto

A little honey with a lot of hope goes a long way.

Causes

Diversity Appreciation
Environmental Stewardship
Cultural Literacy
Multicultural Literature
Civil Rights