Mission Beelieve Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Therapeutic Bee House

Mission Beelieve Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Therapeutic Bee House


On May 18, 2024, Mission Beelieve marked a significant milestone with the grand opening of their therapeutic bee house, an innovative haven designed specifically for veterans and first responders. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was a joyous occasion for founders, supporters, partners, and community members, all gathered to celebrate this remarkable initiative.

Mission Beelieve, known for its dedication to providing therapeutic experiences through beekeeping, has taken a groundbreaking step. The therapeutic bee house aims to offer a tranquil and healing environment where veterans and first responders can engage with beekeeping as a form of therapy, helping them manage stress, anxiety, and PTSD.

The ceremony began with a warm welcome from the founder of Mission Beelieve, Monica and her son Christian, who shared the vision and journey behind the project. Her heartfelt words resonated deeply with the supporters, many of whom have personal connections to the cause and beelieve that it will be a sanctuary for many to come.

The highlight of the event was the ribbon-cutting itself. Guests were then invited to tour the bee house, where they could see firsthand the serene environment and the buzzing bees that play a central role in the therapy process.


Mission Beelieve's ribbon-cutting ceremony was a resounding success, marking a significant achievement in their mission to support veterans and first responders. As the event concluded, there was a palpable sense of anticipation for the lives that will be touched and transformed by this unique therapeutic approach. The therapeutic bee house stands as a testament to the power of community, innovation, and the healing potential of nature.

As a member of MCBA, We were very proud to be recognized as a partner helping to raise over $15,000 in funds towards the construction of their new Therapeutic Bee House.

Their newest initiative/project is to construct an Honey House, that houses extraction equipment for honey harvesting.

If you would like to help contribute, please click the link in our announcements to make a donation to our gofund that will go towards the construction of the new honey house as well as cost for supplies and so on.


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