Service industry professionals work in environments that are physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding. Issues such as workplace injuries, professional miseducation, financial insecurity, and responsible consumption issues disproportionately burden service industry professionals.


The USBG Foundation develops and implements educational and charitable programs, materials, and other resources for service industry professionals that increase awareness to, and advance solutions for, these industry specific challenges. 

Wellspring Program
The Wellspring Program engages hospitality industry professionals in knowledge building and charitable activities around the world.

Applications for this program have now closed. Please keep an eye out here for new Wellspring Program experiences coming soon.

By immersing participants in local culture, with a comprehensive alcohol beverage education, as well as engaging in local charitable activities, the Wellspring Program hopes to obtain its goal of expanding industry professionals’ worldview of the alcohol beverage industry. 

If you are an active hospitality industry professional with alcohol beverage service experience, you are eligible to apply to attend and participate in the Wellspring Program.

You do not need to be a USBG member to participate in this program.

 The Penn World Well-Being Project is looking for servers & bartenders to help them better understand well-being in the restaurant industry.

If you would like to support this important research aimed to benefit the health and well-being of servers and bartenders across the world. You will receive FREE personalized feedback related to stress in your life. Please click on the link below to take THE PENN WORLD WELL-BEING PROJECT survey.

This University of Pennsylvania academic study has the support of the USBG National Charity Foundation​.

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