2015 Bee Busy's 2nd Annual Rev-It Up for HIV Awareness
More than 100 motorcycle riders rumbled through Houston to take part in the 2nd Annual Rev-It-Up for HIV Awareness on Saturday, August 22 with proceeds benefiting Bee Busy Learning Academy (Bee Busy) and the Glass Slipper Foundation. The primary goal of this charity motorcycle ride is to bring attention to the disparity of HIV infection rates in communities of color.
This year Bee Busy collaborated with Glass Slipper Foundation who treated the community to a Back to School Fun Day at the conclusion of the ride. Thank you to the event hosts from the motorcycle community, the Syde Swipaz and GLOW (Gorgeous Ladies on Wheels) Motorcycle Clubs, as well as all the other clubs and independent riders for joining our efforts.
2015 Bee Busy's 'Takin It To The Streets' for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Celebration
GINI: Get Informed Not Infected
February 2015 Bee Busy's GINI Team was on hand to educated,and informed students the importance of HIV education.
The Legacy of the 2014 Annual Chad "Pimp C" Butler Hip Hop, Health & Wellness Festival
Recording Artist @DoughBeezy showed his support today for Bee Busy, Inc. with Norman Mitchell and Darcy Padgett at the Third Ward Multipurpose Center!
Chocolate, Cocktails and Compassion Fundraiser: The MOVE Center
On Thursday, December 4, 2014 friends of Bee Busy, Inc. hosted an intimate benefit holiday cocktail party to raise funds for its new Move Center which is a day facility which serves as a resource center and safe haven for homeless youth, particularly those who have been kicked out of home due to their sexual orientation or gender identity. The evening was a beautiful evening, filled with lots of warm wishes, support for the MOVE Center and positive feedback. We are overwhelmed with the response and deeply moved by your generosity.
For more information about the new MOVE Center, contact Bee Busy, Inc. 713.774.8800.