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Our mission to
save some bees

You raise awareness with every piece.
We invest 5% of your purchase into bee projects.

Raise Awareness and Educate

We believe in the collective power of individuals to shape a better world. Together we can raise awareness and educate everyone about the challenges of all bee species.

Support for bee projects

Through our savesomebees initiative you directly donate five percent of your purchase to local bee projects with the ultimate goal to preserve biodiversity and wild bee habitats.

Challenge the fashion industry

The chemicals, emissions & acidification of land caused by the dirty fashion industry kills wild & honey bees and destroys their habitat.
We challenge that by ensuring bee friendly production
throughout all of our sustainability measures.


We select our projects without making compromises.
We avoid "buzz word" projects that only produce short-term and shallow results.

Instead, we partner up with leading organisations and their cutting-edge projecs in order to tackle the problem at its roots and avoid measures that deal just with the symptoms.

Why we fight for the bees

There are more than 20'000 species of wild bees and 7 universally recognized species of honey bees in the world. The majority of plants are pollinated by wild and honey bees. Both of them are facing increasingly difficult challenges, the most catastrophic of which is the dying of wild bee species which represents a direct loss of biodiversity.


The causes for the mass-extinction we are witnessing can be traced back to the use of pesticides, pollution, habitat loss and other human-made factors. This is why want to raise awareness for the bees and fight directly against these issues by supporting the dissemination of knowledge and cutting-edge research projects.

Why we fight for the bees

Facts & Figures

Food on the Table

Discover how your diet is impacted by the bees.
Use your mouse cursor to bring back what's missing! 
More than 75% of our food resources are impacted by the pollination of bees. Our nutritional habits heavily depend on all bee species providing their services throughout the human food supply chain.


Why act?

"If the bees die out, humans will follow
a few years later.

No bees, no pollination, no plants, no animals, no humans"

- Albert Einstein, 1948
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