Houston Mayor Recognizes Local Black Foundation
Honey Brown Hope Foundation Ranked as Top Non-Profit; Receives Congressional and State Recognition and Honored by Mayor of Houston
Jo-Carolyn Goode | 12/3/2014, 6:10 a.m.
The "We Love America Healthy, Clean and Green" calendar is a proactive and entertaining approach that helps youth understand how Earths inhabitants must take care of water, land and air to keep Earth and its diverse residents - animals, plants and people - healthy. The calendar captures the beauty of our planet, shares vital ways we can all keep Earth "Healthy, Clean and Green" and features:
diversity and environmentally friendly tips from Tammie Lang Campbell;
an educational glossary of diverse holidays;
environmental photos from local youth; and
recycling information from partners.
About The Honey Brown Hope Foundation
The Honey Brown Hope Foundation is a nationally recognized, award-winning 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has served youth and their families for over two decades. The Foundations causes are as sweet as honey because they promote Hope. Hope is what we offer and hope is what we nurture in young people. The Foundation keeps hope alive through diversity appreciation, cultural awareness, environmental stewardship, drama, parenting, character building, writing, social justice and voter empowerment programs. For more information, visit www.honeybrownhope.org and connect on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.
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About Keep Houston Beautiful
Founded in 1979, the Houston Clean City commission, d.b.a. Keep Houston Beautiful (KHB), has educated and empowered all segments of the community to take greater responsibility for beautifying and enhancing Houstons environment. The organization's Annual Mayor's Proud Partners award luncheon spotlights areas of excellence in community improvement and is the foremost competition of its kind in Houston.