Far from being a niche concern, bees enable the growth of one in three bites of food we eat. In short, bees work alongside us, in the fields and in the gardens, right at the heart of human survival.
And yet, bees are dying out.
In partnership with The Honeybee Conservancy, concerned brands — however big or small — can make their voices heard. Our corporate giving initiatives will amplify your company's sustainability efforts while expanding the bee population and giving more people access to healthy, local food.
Our expert team has extensive experience with collaborating with select companies to create measurable and actionable corporate giving campaigns that meet social responsibility objectives. Opportunities include:
Our flagship program, Sponsor-A-Hive, places honey and solitary bees in community gardens, school gardens, and urban farms. In turn, these resources provide locally-grown food to schools, soup kitchens, senior citizen centers, and other organizations serving low-income or underserved communities.
Dedicated experts comprise the Bee Ambassadors. These enthusiastic "bee-gooders" reach out in person to schools and organizations via lectures, film, hands-on experience with bees, and training.
In short, Honeybee Conservancy corporate giving partners activate permanent, positive change while connecting their brands to a unique, trusted nonprofit devoted to pollinator conservation and our food supply.
Here are just a few of the corporate supporters who make it possible for our bee charity to bring bees and education to the communities that need it most.
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We offer a limited number of corporate giving opportunities. In assessing these, we evaluate the prospective contribution, including how it fits with our sustainability goals and impacts the communities we serve.
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