Bee Court Reporting, is a proudly certified WBE, Women-Owned Business Enterprise. For this reason, we bring this distinction into our everyday business decisions as part of the Bee Mission. This certification goes hand in hand with our involvement in women’s causes and giving back to the community.
Bee Reporting promotes breast cancer awareness by sending out literature and promotional items to our clients annually, during the month of October.
In addition, each year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bee Reporting becomes involved with several fundraisers dedicated to finding a cure for breast cancer. For every job invoiced in October, we donate a percentage of each bill for court reporting services to an organization dedicated to breast cancer research. These efforts allow us to support organizations such as the Susan G. Komen Foundation and the Dana Farber Center. We also fundraise and participate in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.
For more than two decades, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer has united communities in the fight against this deadly disease. Funding breakthrough research, 24/7 support for breast cancer patients, and access to lifesaving screenings. Today, Making Strides is the largest network of breast cancer events in the nation.
“By uniting our communities and raising money, we can help the American Cancer Society fund breakthrough breast cancer research, provide free information and support, and help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it may be more treatable.” American Cancer Society
For many years, Bee Reporting Agency, is proud to have partnered with the Long Island Volunteer Center, to sponsor the Annual Prom Dress Boutique. Each year, prior to high school proms, Bee collects hundreds of dresses, gowns and accessories to donate to this event. High school girls throughout Long Island, who struggle to afford such items are invited to the fair to select items of their choice to wear to their prom.
Bee Reporting has helped women in domestic violence and other shelters on Long Island be warmer for the winter.
Bee holds several clothing and item drives throughout the year to benefit local shelters for battered and homeless women. Our biggest one is the holiday coat drive, where we collect hundreds of jackets and coats for women and children, each year.
These efforts help support the efforts of The Transition Center, a shelter for victims of domestic violence in Far Rockaway, Queens and the Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN) in Hempstead, Long Island. Find out more how you can help those in need in our local communities, click this link or contact us at email@example.com for more information.
“There is no better way to support our community than to support the mission of The Inn, ” says Bee Reporting.
As a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization, The INN provides a broad variety of essential services to assist those challenged by hunger, homelessness and profound poverty. We partner with those in need in a dignified and respectful manner to help them achieve self-sufficiency.
Join us and Bee a part of the Long Island Community that cares. Make a donation or participate in a cause. You can also join Bee’s continued efforts by ordering services through Bee Court Reporting in October or donating a gently used coat in winter. Join our commitment to helping your community, The Bee Community.
November 11, 2021