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Beeutiful Bee Lady "Plant a Tree, Save the Bee" Campaign

Organized by: Theresa Lambert
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Beeutiful Bee Lady "Plant a Tree, Save the Bee" Campaign Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - front Beeutiful Bee Lady "Plant a Tree, Save the Bee" Campaign Fundraiser - unisex shirt design - back Beeutiful Bee Lady "Plant a Tree, Save the Bee" Campaign shirt design - zoomed
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Gildan Ultra Cotton T-shirt
$ 20 Unisex

Help us to plant fruit trees and flowers to feed our bees

There is a shortage of flowering plants to feed the honey bee, therefore we are seeking your help to raise funds. These funds will be used to purchase fruit trees and flower seeds that we will plant in the area where the honey bee forages.

If we reach 100 shirts sold we will earn $925. All funds raised will go directly towards The Beeutiful Bee Lady.

Please contact Theresa Lambert with any questions you have.

Shirts will be delivered approximately 2 weeks after the close date.

Thanks to our supporters!

Thanks to our supporters!

More about this campaign

The "Beeutiful Bee Lady" is a duly registered company in Jamaica. We are experiencing extremely low flora especially in the southern parts of the island where our apiary is located. We have taken the initiative to start planting flowers and fruit trees to increase the food supply for the honey bee. With your help this will be possible. Please support a worthy cause. And remember "The honey bee is our biggest pollinator of the fruits we love so dearly, a decline in the bee population spells trouble, as there will be a most certain decline in the crops they pollinate, therefore We are appealing for your help.

Thanks in advance and have a Bee-utiful day!!!

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