Why Donate?

 WhyDonate to the Beezone?

Beezone,
a nonprofit (501(c)3) public educational foundation established in 1998

Why donate to the Beezone?

The first consideration before I
donate to any organization or cause is to find out if it’s
credible, and the second consideration is, “where’s the
money going?” So, let me start with the first consideration
“Is the Beezone credible?”

The Beezone is a legal nonprofit
educational foundation centered in California. It’s been
incorporated since 1998 and received it’s tax exempt
charitable status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in
2019. So, is the Beezone credible? Yes.

Where’s the money
going?

From the inception of the Beezone in
1998, I have personally funded ALL aspects of the Beezone
expenses personally. I have been fortunate enough to do so,
because of my successful work experience but I am retired
now and live on a fixed income.

The Beezone has grown and so has the
platform (Web technology) it exists on. I was able to ‘keep’
up with the technology, to one degree or another, but the
growth of the Internet has moved faster and far beyond my
capabilities to provide the services I feel visitors to
Beezone require.

It is time for the Beezone to mature
into the 21st century. The Beezone needs to incorporate web
based technology that will allow users to access information
on all platforms (portable and non portable) in a searchable
and user friendly way. Do to this, I need professional help
to upgrade all aspects of the Beezone website. ALL donations
given to Beezone will be used EXCLUSIVELY to upgrade the
website and its performance capabilities. I require NO
monies from the Beezone, 100% of the tax free donations will
go to improving the web look and capabilities on Beezone.com
alone.

 Mobile
Beezone

Beezone,
a nonprofit (501(c)3) public educational foundation
established in 1998
 


 

The Internet is growing and
so is Beezone. In the past year 40% of
its visitors came through a mobile phone, tablet or laptop
computer.

In order to serve the newer
technologies of the Internet world Beezone needs to come
into the 21st century by becoming mobile-friendly. In the
present format Goggle Developers do not rank Beezone as
‘mobile-friendly’.

Toward the end of 2019 Beezone has
begun a project to convert it’s massive website (over 2000
pages) to become mobile-friendly. We have hired website
developers to convert the current static Beezone website to
a mobile-friendly website by September 2020. The costs
associated with this project NEEDS YOUR HELP.

According to estimates the cost of
converting Beezone to a mobile-friendly website will be
close to $10,000 (USD). I have already paid 20% of the
initial costs but now need to reach out and ask our readers
for help.

Here is an example of the work so
far: 
The Seven Stages of Life

If you can help to any degree, your
generosity will be greatly appreciated by all future
visitors to Beezone.

Thank you for your time, interest
and generosity.

Ed Reither

December, 2019


 

Contributions can also be sent to:

Beezone 548 Market St – 27905 San Francisco, California 94104-5401

USA