Become a Bee Ambassador

You can become a Bee Ambassador with The Honeybee Conservancy today

The bees are in crisis! Yikes! It’s not sounding good, and it’s not easy to sit around with the knowledge that you could be doing something right now to help their plight. Luckily, becoming a Bee Ambassador to help save the bees is easy and immediate.

We’re asking you to join a nationwide call to take action for bee conservation and help educate the public on the important role bees play in our planet and our local communities when it comes to food sustainability.

This page is your one-stop-shop to get started.

Become a Bee Ambassador in 4 Steps

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Step 1:

Plan Your Event

Step 2:

Gather Your Materials


Step 3:

Host Your Event

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Step 4:

Give Your Feedback

Step 1: Plan your event

Every year, hundreds of Bee Ambassador volunteers like you, all across the U.S., are looking for a way to make the biggest impact to help the bees. But how can one person make an impact that even the bees feel? Well, there are many ways!

Here’s what some Bee Ambassadors are doing:

  • Hosting dinners or parties and asking for donations in lieu of birthday gifts
  • Selling muffins door to door
  • Hosting concerts
  • Hosting walkathons or bikeathons
  • Selling artwork
  • Hosting a honey tasting
  • Host a BeeBlitz and have people donate $1 for every bee spotted
  • Setting up lemonade or beverage stands
  • Tabling and offering kids' crafts at a local Farmer’s Market


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Would you like to fundraise for The Honeybee Conservancy?

You can fundraise with us or support our fundraiser to help us create more bee sanctuaries that help bees and communities across the nation.

Learn more about fundraising with us!

Step 2: Gather your event materials

Some materials you can bring to your event:

  • Beeswax candles or a block of beeswax
  • Bee books such as
    • The Bees in Your Backyard by Joseph S. Wilson and Olivia Messinger Carril
    • The Magic School Bus: Inside a Beehive by Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen
    • The Honeybee and the Robber by Eric Carle
    • The Fascinating World of Bees by Angels Julivert
    • Bees: An Up-Close Look at Pollinators Around the World by Sam Droege and Laurence Packer
    • Honey Connoisseur: Selecting, Tasting, and Pairing Honey, With a Guide to More Than 30 Varietals Book by C. Marina Marchese and Kim Flottum

Step 3: Host an amazing event

Make sure to share the amazing work that you’re doing to #SaveTheBees. Share some photos of your event during and afterwards on social media - it will inspire other people to do more to help the bees.

When you’re posting across social networks, you can tag us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Use the hashtag #SaveTheBees and #BeeAmbassador.

The @thehoneybeeconservancy #SponsorAHive program places bees in communities to make an impact. Learn more here: Click To Tweet

Step 4: Give Us Feedback

From all of your friends at The Honeybee Conservancy, THANK YOU for the positive impact that you have made for our pollinators! We couldn’t do our work without your support. As the last step in your journey, we will invite you to fill out the Event Survey after your event.

Again, thank you for your interest in educating people of the important role that bees play in our ecosystem, and we're always happy to begin facilitating your next Bee Ambassador event when you are!

“The moral of the story is that we need to work together to get things accomplished.”