Bees Mission™️ Saves 100 Bees

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The One Big Problem

Far from being a niche concern, bees are at the heart of our survival. One in three bites of food we eat depends entirely on bees – and they are dying out.

If the bees die, the world and humanity will die as well in a matter of weeks & that's why we have to do something about it!

The World Needs Bees

Without bees, entire crops of fruits, vegetables, and nuts would fail. Bees also pollinate oilseeds, which account for much of the world's fat supply.

In addition, the extinction of bees would have major rippling effects throughout various ecosystems and would throw mother nature completly out of balance.

Without Bees We Would Lose:

🥜  100% Almonds

🍎  90% Apples

🧅  90% Onions

🫐  90% Blueberries

🥒  90% Cucumbers

🥕  90% Carrots 

Bees are essential to the health and prosperity of several ecosystems. If the bees die, the world and humanity will die as well.

If we don’t give them new habitats they will slowly become extinct which would be fatal for mankind.


What is Happening?

The biodiversity of bees is becoming smaller and smaller in recent years. This is due to the worldwide dying of bees. But why are these small insects, which are so important for our environment, dying?

Parasites & Pathogens

Insects face a large diversity of parasites and pathogens, including viruses, bacteria, protozoans, mites, fungi, nematodes and parasitoids. These biological antagonists can have a wide diversity of effects on insect physiology, such as pathological lesions, changes in metabolism, homeostasis (e.g. thermoregulation) and physiological functions

Bees rely heavily on learning & memory to collect food, so any impairment of cognitive functions may have dramatic consequences on individual fitness and ultimately population dynamics.


As more farmland is used to grow just one crop due to environmental policies, bees are not getting the mix of plants they need for good nutrition.



Too many pesticides are used in agriculture. In the mid-2000s, the great bee mortality began, and beekeepers first noticed large losses in colonies. It was also the beginning of a new class of pesticides: so-called neonicotinoids. This insecticide was less toxic to humans and birds, however, it is deadly to insects, especially bees.

Climate Change

Another cause of bee mortality is climate change. Animals have to cope with more and more adverse environmental conditions. If only a few plants bloom due to excessively long periods of drought, the bees cannot feed enough. The consequences are devastating. Bees pollinate plants. The plants absorb CO2 and convert it into oxygen. Fewer bees can pollinate only a limited number of plants. So many plants are not pollinated and die or cannot reproduce as intended.


The Solution: Provide More Homes For Bees! 


Why Should We Provide Homes For Bees?

#1 Protect Edangered Species

1 in 4 bee species is at high risk of extinction. So they need our help in order to survive. One hive houses a colony of 50,000 bees and one queen who can lay up to 2,000 eggs a day.

#2 Sustain Animal & Human Life

Bees are essential to the health and prosperity of several ecosystems. If the bees die, the world and humanity will die as well.

#3 Preserve Essential Food

Bees pollinate one-third of the food we eat on a daily basis such as fruits, vegetables and nuts.


How You Can Help Our Bees...

With every Beesmission bracelet you buy, we provide habitat for 100 bees in a hive and help to raise awareness for the cause. Because of people like you, we are able to restore habitats for the most important animals in the world – our beloved bees.

Each Bracelet: