October 26, 2021


Multiple refugee camps began to open in our regions of northern Italy after the initial flood of immigrants in 2015. Thousands of men have remained in the camps without language or work skills and proper training to enter European society. Additionally, the vast majority of these men have never heard about Jesus or personally known a Christian.


Through certified beekepers who volunteer their time and are already in the industry, our training teams can work with each individual which often translates to care and assistance outside the lab. Additionally, through development of new hives and good harvests, a beekeeper can afford their housing and living costs.

  • Professional Training
  • Life Care & Skills
  • Paths to Employment
  • Healthy Honey Production

Costs & Benefits

  1. OUR ASK: Costs & Needs
    Our annual costs including materials and insurance are around $2,000. We run this lab and others through donations. Please consider covering our year or a part of it.
  2. Gospel Benefit
    The opportunities to share the Word of Christ continuously open after we share the heart of Christ. By meeting a major, felt-need, we show them that Jesus is real. Most are hearing for the first time in their lives and asking many questions.
  3. Regional Benefit
    The local ecosystems have suffered in these last years. Older beekeepers have retired, Covid reduced output, and hive collapses have increased the necessity for more beekeepers. Through training and friendship, these men not only learn a skill but are part of the healing and recovery of the dependent ecosystems.

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Conegliano, Italy

Conegliano is a town and comune of the Veneto region, Italy, in the province of Treviso, about 30 kilometres north by rail from the town of Treviso. The population of the city is of 35,023 people. The remains of a 10th-century castle are situated on a hill that dominates the town.

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