Clark Wilson LLP

Special thanks to Clark Wilson LLP for their exemplary support of Haiti Beekeepers Society. Their support has been essential in the growth and success of our programs!

John Bowyer-Smyth and Chroma24 Interactive Media

Web design, development and technical support.

Island Bees

Island Bees is a small commercial beekeeping operation on Salt Spring Island.  Bruce and Luba specialize in queen and nuc production, as well as honey sales.

Global Freedom Project

Global Freedom Project is a 501c nonprofit established to help the poor and needy achieve independence. The organization focuses on holistic solutions that meet the true needs of individuals and communities. It wishes that its recipients gain freedom, especially from the organization itself.  Global Freedom Project is currently carrying out this mission by spreading the wisdom of regenerative agroforestry in Haiti.

Help Haiti

Help Haiti is a 501(c)3 organization established in 2008. Their mission is to help educate and improve the living conditions in Haiti. They are a member of the Help Haiti Think Tank Exchange and have established 2 sewing schools , solar installations for a clinic, and provide funding for other local projects.

Brian Coombs  

During his 30-year career in the fire service Brian travelled with other firefighters to Sri Lanka, Thailand, El Salvador and Haiti to participate in humanitarian projects.   

When David suggested the idea of fostering beekeeping in Haiti, Brian quickly jumped on board. He recognized the great potential to help build independence and sustainability with such a simple plan.   

Brian is particularly passionate about development and aid projects that promote long-term economic independence, an approach he helped to make a part of Haiti Beekeepers Society from its inception.

Brian and friends – Port au Prince 2013