Hope: How Honey Matters to a Family Trying to Adopt | Nature Nate's
From the Farm:

How Honey Can Show Hope

Why does honey give hope to a family wanting to adopt?

It’s a chance to make their family complete with the addition of a child who needs a home. What does honey gives hope mean to the child they adopt? It means the gift of a family that loves unconditionally and will be the support they need to flourish.

Show Hope is a non-profit organization that helps connect families with children in need. The program offers adoption aid, care centers, pre and post-adoption support, as well as initiatives to help students get involved helping children in need.

Often times, there is a significant financial barrier that prevents families from adoption. According to Show Hope, nearly 81.5 million families consider adopting. But only about 1 in 500 of those families are able to actually complete the adoption process. Through adoption aid, Show Hope helps families that would otherwise not be able to afford adoption to through grant opportunities.

You can become a LifeHope sponsor who’s donation funds an entire adoption grant each year by giving $5,000 annually or $418 monthly. Since 2003, Adoption Aid grants help more than 6,000 children, according to the Show Hope website.

Honey Gives Hope is the heart of Nature Nate’s. It’s a philosophy that we run our business by and that we strive to live by. Nate believes that honey is our means to help those in need. In doing so, we found this incredible opportunity to help bring a family and a child together.

Nate had the pleasure of telling the awarded family himself that Nature Nate’s was able to provide them with a grant at the 2017 GMA Dove Awards, along with co-founders of Show Hope, Steven Curtis & Mary Beth Chapman.

Especially since witnessing firsthand the opportunities to give the hope our work allows us is the fuel that keeps us inspired.

Honey Gives Hope