Adopt a Hive
Benefits of saving the bees:
- Helping to increase the number of bees in the community, and build an army of healthy pollinators in response to some of the challenges that bees are facing around the world.
- You'll be making an important contribution to the environment.
- Aiding organic farmers which we've carefully selected for their sustainability practices to pollinate their crops, thus providing fresh local food to their neighborhoods.
- You'll become a member of the Karma Honey Project, helping us to expand our agriculture and educational efforts.
What You'll Receive:
- A customized bee hive, labeled with the name of your choice.
- A certificate of adoption with the coordinates of your hive.
- Tax write off as all donations are 100% tax deductible, we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Our EIN number is 83-3290066.
- A featured blog post including information about the hive you've helped bring to life.
- A year supply of medicinal grade honey for you and your family (please contact us after ordering to arrange shipment) *sponsorship of 5 beehives or more.
Before we started the Karma Honey Project, we met with many local farmers to get their perspective on the situation. Traveling around the island for two years, we met so many new people and discovered beautiful farms. We soaked up as much knowledge about bees as possible!
One thing that we heard time and time again from the farmers, was that they would like to produce more food to sell locally. We knew that people needed our help, so we made it our mission to find the resources to make it happen.
Now, our bees help to pollinate more of their crops, which helps produce more inexpensive healthy and fresh food on an island that currently imports over 90% of all the food you see in stores.
By supporting the Karma Honey Project, you are making a difference. Your donation will be put to good use in ways such as:
Relocating wild bees that would otherwise be exterminated onto organic farms, creating local jobs, educating the youth of the importance of pollinators, the planting wildflower fields, and helping to enhance the presence of fresh organic food across Puerto Rico.