Fill the Hive.Feed a Child.

One hive of bees produces nutritious honey which children can eat — and parents can sell at market to earn income. Not only that, but bees help pollinate crops, increasing harvests — helping families fill the bellies of their children, increase incomes and become self-sufficient.

All of that with a single hive of bees. That is why we’ve launched our “Fill the Hive” campaign to feed hungry children … not just for a single meal, but for the rest of their lives.

BUSY PHILIPPS, Actress

Fill the Hive.Feed a Child.

One hive of bees produces nutritious honey which children can eat — and parents can sell at market to earn income. Not only that, but bees help pollinate crops, increasing harvests — helping families fill the bellies of their children, increase incomes and become self-sufficient.

All of that with a single hive of bees. That is why we’ve launched our “Fill the Hive” campaign to feed hungry children … not just for a single meal, but for the rest of their lives.

BUSY PHILIPPS, Actress

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820

of

1000

hives donated

Although our original goal was 300 hives, we believe we can reach 1,000 hives to help deserving families because of the outstanding support of our donors!

Why Should You Give Bees?

Your donation includes a bee package, hive, box and training in beekeeping techniques. When you buy bees for a family in need, your gift:

  • Boosts income through sales of honey, wax and pollen
  • Increases fruit and vegetable yields, meaning more food to eat or sell
  • Provides sweet, nutritious honey that is high in antioxidants and great for health

Let your honeybee donation turn a family's struggle into a lifetime of opportunity.