The United States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) National Charity Foundation announced the launch of a groundbreaking study through the World Well-Being Project (WWBP) to illuminate the health and well-being of front-of-house hospitality-industry professionals. The study will focus on issues of burnout, empathy, language patterns, drinking and stress related to the COVID-19 pandemic for front-of-house professionals in the United States. The #HealthierHospitality project consists of an initial survey focused on bartenders and other front-of-house hospitality-industry professionals, with 15 additional one-minute cellphone-based check-in surveys administered daily. Participation is voluntary, with compensation of up to $50 for full participation. Historically, the experiences of bartenders and servers have been under-studied, and the WWBP thus presents an opportunity to gather social and health data specific to bartenders and other front-of-house staff, the foundation stated in its announcement. The study runs through May 31, 2021, with rolling sign-ups throughout at healthierhospitality.wwbp.org.