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Shar-day Campbell
Marketing Communications, Honey Brown Hope Foundation
281-499-7966 (o) | 713-854-4141 (c) | shar-day@honeybrownhope.org

Dare to Take the Environmental New Year’s Resolution!

Houston, Texas - January marks the beginning of a new year, a time to set new goals and resolutions. To start 2014 off-right, the Honey Brown Hope Foundation in partnership with the City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department is reaching out to people of every age, race, and economic status to take the 3Rs Resolution at our “We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green” program. This diversity/environmental calendar release celebration is a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s effort to keep the environment clean and obtain fair wages for sanitation workers, Earth’s caretakers. It is designed to encourage everyone to do their part to take care of the environment. The “We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green” event will be held at Windsor Village Park Community Center located at 14441 Croquet, 77085 on Saturday, January 25, 2014 from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.

At this free event, a 2014 “We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green” calendar will be given in exchange for a 2013 calendar or any recyclable item. Additionally, Houston’s diversity will be celebrated through dance, songs, and dramatic presentations.

The "We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green" diversity/ environmental calendar serves as a 365-day reminder to recycle and reduce landfill waste. This educational and inspirational calendar captures the beauty of our planet and shares vital ways that we can all keep Earth healthy, clean and green. It features diversity and environmentally friendly tips from Tammie Lang Campbell, an educational glossary of diverse holidays, environmental photos from Willowridge High School’s students, recycling information from the City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department and environmental messages from the City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department’s Director, Harry Hayes and Mayor Annise Parker.

"Each new year, all ages and races resolve to positively change their lives,” said Tammie Lang Campbell, founder and executive director of Honey Brown Hope Foundation “And every year, many fall short of reaching their New Year’s Resolution, including me. That's why, we at the Honey Brown Hope Foundation and City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department are calling upon all the residents of Houston to go beyond taking the Environmental New Year’s Resolution to holding ourselves; our families, friends, neighbors and colleagues accountable for honoring their green commitment."


Dr. Clifton Davis-

Minister, Actor & Singer/Songwriter

Celebrates 20th Anniversary

With the Foundation

The Honey Brown Hope Foundation marked its 20th Anniversary with an evening of celebration on Saturday, August 13, 2011 from 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. at Houston Community College (HCC)-Central Campus, 3100 Main | Houston, TX 77002 (click to view more). The event's theme is "With Hope and Faith, We've Come This Far."

The guest speaker for the anniversary celebration was Dr. Clifton Davis, who is best known for the series "That's My Mama." A real life minister, Davis also portrayed a minister on the prime time series "Amen" and is featured on a regular basis on TBN network. Before finding fame in acting, Davis worked as a songwriter, most famously penning The Jackson 5's #2 hit "Never Can Say Goodbye."

View Coverage of the Event

2011- Fox 26 | Promo with Tammie Lang Campbell and D'Artagnan Bebel Promoting Foundation’s 20th Anniversary (click to view)

2011- Houston Defender “Chag’s Place” Column | Featuring Photos from 20th Anniversary Celebration (click to view page 16)

2011- Fox 26 | Interview with Clifton Davis and Tammie Lang Campbell Promoting Foundation’s 20th Anniversary (click to view)