What we do
1. We empower women by giving them a business model to follow so they can learn, grow and earn. They receive special training and more.
2. We help the environment by helping preserve the health and stability of bees in the environment. Nature’s pollinators are endangered!
3. We help boost the local economy by proving jobs to women in different communities who then sell there honey locally.
We are currently working on our pilot. We aim to have 100 women enroll in our program by the beginning of 2017. This will represent about 1000 hives and we plan to deploy the program in Miami-Dade County.
Help us achieve our goal!
We want to empower as many women as we can, and you can help! Feel free to send us a message by clicking here and learn about ways you can get involved with the hive.
We Empower Women!
Master Honey is a social impact company looking to make a splash in the lives of women all across the World. Our initial goal is to help change the lives of low-income women in South Florida. We also have an environmental goal to help give bees protection and safety so they can make a comeback.
WHAT’S ALL THE BUZZ ABOUT?
Master Honey is a for profit social impact company. We aim to empower disadvantage women to start their own micro beekeeping business by proving them with all the education and economic resources that they need, as well as assuring them a steady line of income by buying and commercializing the honey produced.
We will advance talent by educating low income women on how to start and run a micro beekeeping business in their own backyards, balconies or roofs.
By facilitating the creation of these businesses, and providing continuous education for their stability, we will cultivate opportunity in areas where opportunity lacks. Our business model will also help boost the local economy, as the profit from the urban raw honey stays within the city where it is produced.
This project will be beneficial nationwide as a means to increase bee populations, which have declined by 13% in the last 5 years, and to increase the national honey production, since 65% of honey consumed in the US is imported. Miami-Dade is the right city in which to commence this project because the average household income is $42,198.