Our Ethos

The Beehive Project is committed to improving the outcome for children and young people who are looked after or leaving care. Young people are at the heart of everything we do at The Beehive Project, and we strive to ensure the safety and improve the outcome of every young person within our care. The Beehive Project combines the stability of the care services with the flexibility and energy of a private company. We are very proud to provide positive, effective support solutions to complicated problems.

How We Work

About Us

The Beehive Project is a young, vibrant and fast-paced company that provides unique, semi-independent accommodation with wraparound 24-hour support and communal living in a shared house for young people aged 16 to 25. We are passionate about our pursuit to help young people build stable and successful lives. Our aim is to help our clients unlock their full potential and help them open doors to a secure and positive future.

Our founder, Lee Firetto, is committed to helping young people across the UK. He established The Beehive Project in 2019 after discovering the lack of support available to 16 to 25-year-olds in Southampton.

All of our staff share our values (support, care, educate and grow) and are fully trained by professional care workers. We provide a strong, interactive, working community within the businesses and can offer work placements with us. This offers huge benefits to a young person’s confidence and self-worth, which is an important factor in achieving a positive change.

The Beehive Project is part of a larger collection of hospitality venues across Southampton.

Meet our team

Testimonials

Sally Guy Personal Adviser - South West Care Leaver Team Hampshire Children’s Services

‘All I can say is, I highly recommend this team … to support any of our vulnerable young people. They continue to be creative, passionate and flexible, working with my young people to ensure at all times they are safe and well and have a good outlook and healthy opportunities in life for the future.’

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