HOW OUR FUNDRAISERS WORK
Fundraising can be a tedious chore, but not when you book a Red House Honey Pot Party. During a fun two-hour afternoon or evening with your friends, colleagues or like-minded individuals, learn everything you never knew about bees and honey, and come away with unique gifts for that special someone in your life (or for you).Red House Honey will attend at your home, office, community centre or other venue, and regale your guests with true-life bee-tales and info, display bee keeping equipment and all-natural bee-related Honey Love Products from our Handmade Honey Shop.
Talks work best with about 20-30 people, who are keen to support your organization, and learn about bees. How does your organization make money? By charging an admission fee and promoting the evening to a select group of supporters. Red House Honey will also donate a portion of profits earned during the evening to the cause.
Items available can include Red House Honey Raw/Kosher honey, Red House Honey Farm/Select Apiaries honey, Scrumptious Body Scrub, Luv U Beeswax candles, our famous Honey Love Body Bar, Scrumptious Body Scrub and our unique Bee-Friendly Garden in a Box with a selection of hand-harvested seeds grown in our own gardens & sachets of homegrown herbs, seeds and herbal teas.
All items can be packaged into our cute and gorgeously romantic Little Red Box. Cost to the host organization? Nothing. You supply the honey-based eats and bevvies and collect the admission fee. Your guests listen to an entertaining talk, get to take a look at our bee-friendly products…and they can tell their friends. Work with us to tailor a unique event to your specific audience.
Bee entertained with a topical discussion of beekeeping and bee issues that affect you!
. the trials and tribulations of beekeeping, and honey harvesting
. the fascinating social life of bees
. various health aspects of honey, and contributing factors
. why bees are important, issues affecting bees, and how you can help protect them.
Hand-made honey (all raw/unpasteurized) and various honey products from Leslie Smith’s Red House Honey apiary on the St. Lawrence River available for purchase.