Much-Needed Funds Will Be Distributed Through USBG National Charity Foundation’s Bartender Emergency Assistance Program.

In the wake of the recent hurricane devastation in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, Mast-Jägermeister US (MJUS) will donate $100,000 to the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program (BEAP) at the USBG National Charity Foundation. The Foundation, currently focusing its energies on hurricane relief, aims to help as many industry members as possible recover from the storms that ravaged these areas in August and September. The much-needed donation ties back to Jägermeister’s values of giving back to the communities, consumers and trade professionals whose support it has received over the years.

“The unimaginable devastation the recent series of hurricanes has wrought on the U.S. and Puerto Rico has struck at the very core of our company, compelling us to look for ways to directly help those in need. Aiding those of our colleagues in the spirits industry whose livelihoods have been affected is of utmost importance and we hope our $100,000 donation to the BEAP will assist them in their time of need and help them get back on their feet.”
– Jeff Popkin, CEO of MJUS

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In addition to the $100,000 company donation, MJUS employees may also donate: USBG Foundation has created a custom donation page for employees who would like to help industry colleagues directly affected by hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. The custom donation page will funnel donations directly to the BEAP.

“As we strive to achieve our mission of supporting the lifelong health and well-being of service industry professionals, the Bartender Emergency Assistance Program helps us provide direct financial support to individuals in need. We’ve raised over $80,000 through community fundraising efforts and already allocated over $30,000 in emergency assistance grants to individuals in need since late August. As we process and distribute more grants every week, this generous $100,000 contribution from Mast-Jägermeister US more than doubles our fundraising efforts to date. We are so grateful for this overwhelming support!”
– Aaron Gregory Smith, USBG Executive Director

Those in the service industry who have been affected by the natural disasters and would like to apply for a grant can go to