Springfield Donates Labels to Local Social Enterprise Dare To Bee
At Springfield Solutions, we are grateful to be able to support local initiatives by providing our services as a donation to the great work carried out by these local charities. It is very important to us as a company to continue such support which allows the local community to thrive.
Dare to Bee is a conservation project and social enterprise started by charity, The PATT Foundation, headed up by Dr Andrew Steel. The project is run by Hull University students who volunteer their time to manage the project around their studies.
Dare to Bee aims to promote the importance of our bee population and support local communities by building a network of hives across Hull and the surrounding area. Dare to Bee bring disadvantaged communities and veteran’s groups on board to maintain and run the hives and eventually process and distribute honey.
We are proud to be able to support the local project and social enterprise by donating 1,000 labels of each of Dare to Bee’s Honey product label designs free of charge to support the project’s cause.
The funds raised from the sale of the project’s merchandise and honey, currently being sold at North Cave Market and Car boot, are put back into the project to fund other hives and train volunteers in a multitude of skills, such as beekeeping, food hygiene and horticulture.
Dare to Bee approached Springfield Solutions to produce their labels after being highly recommended by their associates. In choosing Springfield, the charity was confident that they would receive excellent quality of service and an excellent product.
Dare to Bee required packaging that would not only be cost-effective but would also be durable and well-made. Having previously seen examples of Springfield’s labels on other products, Dare to Bee were confident that they would receive high-quality labels perfect for their products.
“The whole process was simple and easy to complete, and the staff at Springfield are very patient when posed with delays or amendments.” Said Leanne Cook, Dare to Bee.