The Welch Group Foundation

We believe a single person can create positive ripple effects in his or her community; we support organizations that equip individuals to do this. - Stewart Welch III

Our purpose.

To enrich the lives of others – our clients, our co-workers, and the community we serve — through thoughtful client relationships and supporting the local charitable organizations and entities.

The Welch Group Foundation is a significant part of who we are as a company. Through our foundation, we continuously support numerous local charitable organizations through donations, sponsorship, and volunteer service.

In addition to community support, we partner with one specific organization for a two-year period through our Signature Project program to help meet the needs and advance the vision of the organization through volunteer service hours, financial support, and other partnerships.

Our vision.

The Welch Group Foundation believes a single person can create positive ripple effects in his or her community. The foundation strives to positively impact lives in the community by supporting organizations that equip individuals to do this.

Our mission.

The Welch Group Foundation exists to impact peoples’ lives in a truly meaningful way by providing opportunities for advancement in education, skills for success in relationships and business, responsible financial guidance, and overall well-being.

We place a high value on giving back to our community

The Number of Hours

752

Our Team Has Volunteered in Our Community in 2019

Our Associates Average

32

Community Service Hours

Learn more about some of the non-profit organizations we partner with to impact our community

Their mission grew from a very simple belief that if you surround kids with the right kind of environment, they have a better chance. It’s been the organization's core belief from the beginning, and they have helped hundreds of young men and women find a way in the world as productive members of society.

The Birmingham Education Foundation (Ed) is dedicated to increasing the number of students in the Birmingham City Schools that are on the path to college, career, and life readiness. We believe that this is only possible by cultivating a diverse network of people who demand excellence for students and inspire others to do the same.

Create Birmingham’s mission is to invest in imagination and invention. Through their programs, they construct and support diverse avenues for commercial and nonprofit creative success. Through advocacy, they work to ensure that Birmingham’s creative industries are recognized not only for their cultural impact, but also for their contribution to the greater Birmingham area’s economic development.

The Exceptional Foundation is a non-profit organization that enhances the quality of life for individuals of all ages with developmental challenges by providing social and recreational activities designed to promote healthy living, support social relationships, improve functional skills, and foster community involvement. By doing so, the foundation enriches enrich the well-being of families by offering a healthy, safe, and professional environment where their loved ones may thrive.

Homewood Lacrosse aims to be a recognized community of players, coaches, officials, parents and volunteer/staff leaders that fosters strong competition, superior sportsmanship, and personal growth for all participants.

Red Mountain Park understands the value of this land as the pivotal resource for Birmingham’s beginning, and—until now—an untapped resource for our modern city. This land marks the spot where Birmingham began, where all men—no matter their race—worked side by side toward one common goal. This is the land where a common purpose was shared, where miners worked hard to take care of their families, to help the men working at their sides, to contribute to our growing city.

Spring Valley’s mission is to provide excellence in education for students who struggle with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD, and other learning differences. Their mission is accomplished by creating a multi-sensory, whole-child approach to education in a small class setting.

The WellHouse provides a safe residential environment to women, offering spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical support services. They welcome all women who have been sexually exploited through human trafficking. Regardless of race, color, creed, or religion, women in pain can be assured they will find love and acceptance at The Well House.

The YMCA of Birmingham is a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Across Jefferson and Shelby Counties, 14 Ys engage more than 60,000 men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors.