The Save The Bees Project has been in the works for a little while, and has finally been brought to fruition solely off the funding of the owners.
The Save The Bees Project is run by a small but passionate group of individuals who have a goal to help the world become a better place through educating people about Bees and their massively positive effect on our planet, and hopefully with effort and the help of others, to eventually reverse the declining Bee population and do everything possible to save them.
The Save The Bees Project raises funds through selling their own line of Bee Inspired products, wholesale sales to other Bee related brands, and direct donations, and uses 100% of net proceeds for the following purposes:
1. Raising Awareness to the General population about Bees and their importance to the enviroment through using paid ads to spread the message.
2. Using paid marketing to drive traffic to likeminded communities/causes/movements around the world who are also trying their best to make a difference.
3. Directly donating proceeds to various likeminded causes that we support. A list of causes that we currently support will be listed below with a direct link to their website.
4. Using paid marketing to build an Email list so we can spread helpful petitions for bans on harmful pesticides or practices around the world that need signatures to pass.
5. Using proceeds to source or create environmentally friendly Beekeeping products, or Bee produced products such as Natural Beeswax.
Why are Bees so important to the Environment around the world?
It has often been said that Bees are responsible for one out of every three bites of food we eat. Most crops grown for their fruits (including vegetables such as squash, cucumber, tomato and eggplant), nuts, seeds, fiber (such as cotton), and hay (alfalfa grown to feed livestock), require pollination by insects.
Bee communities, both wild and managed, have been declining over the last half century as pesticide use in agricultural and urban areas increased. Changes in land use have resulted in a patchy distribution of food and nesting resources. Concerned bee researchers recently met to discuss the current pollinator status in North America and to publish a report about it. Since January (2007), there have been a number of reports in the media about the mysterious disappearance of large numbers of honey bees called colony collapse disorder. This has many growers concerned about how they will continue to be able to pollinate their crops. Now more than ever, it is critical to consider practices that will benefit pollinators by providing habitats free of pesticides, full of nectar and pollen resources, and with ample potential nesting resources.
The full study can be found at: https://www.canr.msu.edu/nativeplants/pollination/
Here is a list of the Causes we currently support or raise funds for donation. If you would like to find out more about how you can help this world wide cause outside of our website, please check out some of these causes:
Thank you so much for visiting our website and doing your part in supporting this world wide cause! You have no idea how much something like a simple share can do :)
-CEO and Team