Triple C Brewery is hosting Hops & Shops this December 17th for an opportunity to shop for Christmas gifts by local artisians. All donations will be donated to Bee Mighty!
Thanks to the Charlotte Hornets for being the Presenting Sponsor of the Bee Something for Bee Mighty event for the second year in a row and the incredible sponsors that made this event possible.
Just ask Susan Wade…. Susan decided to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa, for her birthday this year. Her inspiration, Bee Mighty.
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This November 16th, 2013, Bee Mighty hosted it’s inaugural fundraiser, Bee Something For Bee Mighty, presented by The Charlotte Bobcats. With over 250 attendees, 25k in silent auction items, Bee Something for Bee Mighty raised over $50,000.
It’s been quite a year so far… We funded our first babies, sent a couple to the Superbowl, celebrated the NICU reunion picnic and partnered with the Charlotte Bobcats for our upcoming Bee Something For Bee Mighty Fundraiser. See for yourself in our Biannual Newsletter, “It’s All the Buzz”… Thank you for your ongoing support!
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Charlotte, NC – Arise and Shine Therapy is an innovative, private, outpatient physical, occupational, speech and music therapy practice dedicated to improving the well-being of children and families.
Thanks to fabulous former preemie mom, Heather Hucks, Bee Mighty was able to send one dedicated supporter with two tickets to the Super Bowl.
FlyWheel Charlotte hosted a very special event this January. By graciously opening their studio to the preemie community, Bee Mighty was able to raise $1200 in the first hour!
The Mural of Hope “Hope is the thing with feathers, that perches in the soul. And sings the tune without the words. And never stops at all.” ― Emily Dickinson Bee Mighty’s mission to provide support to the families of micro preemies inspired Liz Seegers, owner of The Art Room. Together, working with children of the community, they created a legacy of hope for families in Hemby’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.Local children handcrafted each leaf, while former NICU mothers shared a soulful word of encouragement to the families that are earnestly following in their footsteps. These are the roots of hope. We wish to hearten those families that encounter dark days and share in the triumphs of the tiniest of warriors. This mural is dedicated to the families of Presbyterian Hemby’s Neonatal Intensive Care UnitOn November 17th, 2012 World Prematurity Awareness Day On behalf of: The Art Room & Bee Mighty The Latest Buzz Mighty Bee Owen - April 2017Read moreEnter to Win a Fall Photo ShootRead more2016 Bee Something for Bee MightyRead moreBee Mighty Golf TournamentRead moreHugo's Little HeroesRead moreJanuary Mighty BeeRead moreSanta for NICU GradsBee Mighty is partnering with Pierce's Project to bring a germ conscious Santa to NICU grads!Read moreHops and Shops at Atherton MarketRead moreDecember Mighty BeeMighty Mom Ann talks with us about what it was like having a baby in the NICU and how Olivia is benefiting today from a Bee Mighty grant.Read moreA Look Back: Mighty ShawA look back at our Mighty Shaw's arrival and how life changed forever on an ordinary Tuesday night -- and the many blessings that followed.Read...
Two years ago, a big hug from her little boy seemed out of reach for Candace Richter. “He really is a miracle. He started to walk this summer,” said Candace, smiling about their toddler, Shaw. It was a milestone they thought would never happen.
While we have been working away behind the scenes, finalizing 501(c)3 status, developing valuable partners, creating a brand and forming the Bee Mighty board, we officially launched our foundation November 17th, 2012. Bee Mighty launches simultaneously with World Prematurity Awareness Day.
Liz Seegers, creator of The Art Room, is partnering with Bee Mighty to invi…
Charlotte, NC – Join Bee Mighty on Thanksgiving morning as we gather together for a family tradition to run/walk the Turkey Trot. Greg and Stacey Yavello are hosting their extended families from Phoenix to the Northeast in Charlotte for the holidays. They graciously purchased Bee Mighty tshirts for everyone to walk the Turkey Trot as a Bee Mighty team, while simulatneously being philantropic for local micropreemies.
October 17th, 2012 – Molly Grantham, from WBTV, posted the following write up on Bee Mighty. Special post here about a Charlotte family I’m getting to know, and am wildly impressed over. This isShaw Richter. He is now 21 months old. He was born a micropreemie at 27 weeks old and only 2 pounds. (These are standard sized safety pins.) His parents and older brother, who’s now 3, have gone back and forth from Presbyterian Hospital Shaw’s entire life. Medical testing, treatments and surgeries are a part of their life as they adjust to being a “special needs family”. Shaw’s mom, Candace, is starting a foundation called Bee Mighty. It’s to help babies in Presbyterian Hemby’s Neonatal ICU… those families who suddenly face significant medical battles and limited financial resources. Candace says this is the most important time for families to focus on each other without the added stress of financial ruin. She should know. Her family is still fighting. Despite it all, her attitude couldn’t be more positive. Bee Mighty is an established 501(c)(3). It’s officially kicking off its launch in November, World Prematurity Month. You might start seeing billboards in the next few weeks — Presbyterian Hospital is involved and using Shaw in a billboard campaign. What can you do? Be aware. Like “Bee Mighty” on Facebook. Share their story. And mostly… read the Bee Mighty website. Candace is a beautiful writer/photographer and explains it well. www.BeeMighty.org There are also Bee Mighty t-shirts for sale on the site. I feel like we’ll be hearing more about this family and group in weeks and months to come. Shaw...