We believe time spent together in real life is foundational to healthy community, so we make gathering easy via our invitation and shared calendar tools. May your potlucks, playdates and park meetups be plentiful! We also recognize the the limits of online discourse. Feeling super fired up about the school board meeting? Use Honeycomb to get parents together to talk about it in person.
Our generation of parents is spending double the hours parenting, with less support than ever. Your Honeycomb crew can help you flip this narrative, but to start we’ve got to shake the stigma around asking for help. Asking for help can be hard, but it opens the door to strong relationships –– and recent research shows people are happy to give it.
We get it… putting yourself out there to fellow parents can be a bit nerve racking, but you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. Introduce your fam, break the ice, ask for advice, send that open invite to the playground. Community starts with action, not an empty chat room.
Follow a line from your own parenting playbook, and treat others as you’d like to be treated yourself. It’s that simple. Throw a 👍 on a fellow parents’ post, respond to RSVPs, and assume good intent.
We have zero-tolerance for any content that attacks, marginalizes or promotes discrimination towards an individual or groups based on their their race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, immigration status, or financial means.
We have zero-tolerance for bullying or harassment of parents or families on Honeycomb, which includes use of abusive language.
We don’t permit sharing content that is inaccurate and has the potential to cause harm to a community, such as verified conspiracy theories.
What’s shared on Honeycomb stays on Honeycomb unless there’s explicit permission between families to share info or photos.
If you see behavior that doesn’t follow our community guidelines, please contact us directly at email@example.com. All reports are kept confidential. Depending on the situation, a parent may get a warning, or be removed from the platform.