The Hive Sponsorship

Aiding communities in developing green spaces & restoring natural resources.

Become a Rescue MI Nature Now Sponsor

Sponsoring a beehive at Rescue MI Nature NOW means giving back to the environment in so many impactful ways. By sponsoring a beehive, you are spreading awareness and inspiring others to support these beneficial creatures. Your sponsorship will not only assist the growth of bee populations, but the plants that sustain them. Each sponsorship not only supports the expansion of our pollinator gardens and meadows, but also our community garden which feeds over 40 families every year. These beneficial plants not only provide forage for our sweet honeybees, but for all local pollinators. Help us Rescue Nature NOW by sponsoring one of the below 1-year packages.

Sponsorship Options

Level One:
The Drone Bee Package $800

 

Sponsorship listing on our website, including a description of your company, as well as a link to your website.

Photos of your sponsored hive will be shared, once finished, once a month, on our social media platforms.

1 small bee pollen jar

1 jar of 12 oz honey

Level Two: The Worker Bee Package $1000

 

Sponsorship listing on our website, including a description of your company, as well as a link to your website.

Photos of your sponsored hive will be shared, once finished, twice a month, on our social media platforms.

1 medium bee pollen jar

2 jars  of 12 oz  honey

Level Three: The Queen Bee Package $1,200

 

Sponsorship listing on our website, including a description of your company, as well as a link to your website.

Photos of your sponsored hive will be shared, once finished, weekly, on our social media platforms.

1 large bee pollen jar

3 jars of 12 oz honey

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Brodrick Willis

Board of Directors - Treasurer

Brodrick Wilks is Series 6/63 Financial Securities licensed with FINRA; Recent University of Michigan graduate with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration; coordinated with Brilliant Detroit to host 30 Axiom student volunteers in August 2019 where they helped transform vacant lots by beautifying and cleaning up a green space and removing overgrown tree brush and weeds from community garden.