100% of our proceeds go to local charities


In 1993 Peter W. Busch created The Busch Family Foundation to make a difference in our community. Supporting local charities is the primary focus of the Foundation.  Peter has owned Southern Eagle Distributing, the local Anheuser-Busch and multi-beverage distributor , since 1984.  From the very beginning, his family, staff and management have been committed to improving our community.  They have supported numerous local charities with countless time, energy, money, beverages and more.  Their mission is to help make our community better and stronger for the people who live here.

Here at Busch Family Foundation, the more we can generate the bigger the impact we can make! We accept donations from you and outside contributors to help raise money to support charitable causes.

Busch Family Foundation puts on & manages large events yearly to help generate money. Our two main events are Wild Game Dinner & Busch Rodeo & Concert. 100% of the proceeds go to charities.

The staff is one of the biggest attributes that makes Busch Family Foundation special. The staff, organizers and board members are all volunteers. So proceeds DO NOT go to any wages and is 100% donated to charitable causes.

The Busch Family Foundation is a firm believer in “100% of the proceeds goes to the cause”. Before we donate to a charity, we do our own intensive research to make sure that a minimum of 95% of the money goes to the charity causes. NOT to personnel wages.

Busch Family Foundation assists many organizations that focus on child development, families in need, military veterans care, community agriculture, homeless care, and more. 

The Busch Family Foundation donates to a number of local charities including the Boys & Girls Club, the Navy Seal Museum,  Operation 300, Carebag Inc., the 100 Club and many more!


When Peter W. Busch established our family foundation in 1984, he did so with the belief that “we must give back to the very people who help keep us in business.” Those words have never been truer than today.

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us, but its impact on restaurant and bar employees, their families and livelihoods, has been devastating. That’s why we’re partnering with The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie to create a fund that will provide critical relief to these displaced and underemployed personnel when they need it most.

Busch Family Foundation, in partnership with The Community Foundation Martin St. Lucie, opened The Serving Servers Fund that will provide direct assistance to bar and restaurant workers in Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties.

“We are working with and through The Community Foundation to get the funds in place and people the access to help as quickly as possible,” Philip Busch said. “We believe there is no better time than now to take care of those who have served us so well.”