Become a World Bee Community member
This year, let’s celebrate together, raise awareness and do something good for bees!
BBN, the world’s B2B agency, announced today it will be collaborating with The World Bee Project CIC (UK) to launch the first ever World Bee Community. Families and individuals from around the world can join The World Bee Community via a small monthly donation. Membership is open to anyone who cares about protecting bees and other pollinators to ensure that biodiversity on earth continues to flourish for future generations.
The main purpose of World Bee Day is to raise awareness of the significance of bees and other pollinators for our well-being, but simply proclaiming World Bee Day does very little.
Learn more about bees, pollinators, the impact they have on our lives, and what we can do to help them thrive. Families and individuals can celebrate World Bee Day and support The World Bee Project via a small monthly donation of £1 or £3 to join The World Bee Community. Membership is open to anyone, in any country, who cares about protecting bees and other pollinators to ensure that biodiversity on earth continues to flourish for our future generations.
Governments are doing what they can, but legislation moves slowly! The World Bee Community can help raise awareness of the issues facing bee and pollinator decline while helping raise funds for The World Bee Project which adaptively designs, manages, and supports bees and biodiversity, and human life-saving initiatives around the world.
World Bee Community members receive:
- A monthly newsletter containing interesting articles and facts about bees as well as updates on world bee projects
- A bee-related factsheet every month to download, print and collect
- A beautifully designed enamel ‘World Bee Buddy’ pin badge, designed by renowned illustrator Rachael Presky
- World Bee Buddies can ‘earn’ additional pin badges by completing challenges that support the key pillars of biodiversity, bee protection, food supply and wildlife habitat
- All subscription fees go to help fund World Bee Projects