Nature Nate’s Supports 4africa 

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At Nature Nate’s, our work doesn’t stop with the orange label on your shelf. It’s important to us to steward our resources to help families and communities in need. Today we announced a donation to 4africa, a non-profit dedicated to improving conditions in unstable areas of East Africa.

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The donation is part of our corporate giving initiative, Honey Gives Hope, which aims to make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals and families in local communities across the world. The donation will support the great work done by 4africa to promote sustainable clean water and preventative health initiatives all while educating future community leaders in the areas they serve.

“Here at 4africa, we believe in meeting the needs of the whole person for the long haul. We do this so people can no longer just survive but thrive—one day transforming East Africa from the inside out,” said Alex Radler, President at 4africa. “We are grateful and honored to partner with Nature Nate’s, a company that believes in elevating what’s good in the world and making lasting change.”

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Our Honey Gives Hope program supports non-profits, schools, hospitals, and ministries to give back in a way that is as pure, raw and unfiltered as the honey we bottle. In 2021, we uplifted a variety of local and national organizations including The National Breast Cancer Foundation, Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support, Minuteman Disaster Response, East-West Ministries International and more. In addition, thousands of Nature Nate’s honey packets were sent across the country to hospitals, schools and other groups to provide hope and encouragement to front line essential health care workers, educators and more.

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