Iron Kid Ministries, formerly Wish 2 Enrich, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to enrich the lives of children through in-school and community programs. The organization provides scholarships and programs so that children with a family hardship can participate in sports, art, music, or any other enrichment/extracurricular program they are interested in.

Iron Kid Ministries was formed in 2012 by  Zach White, after several years of running a successful early childhood enrichment program called Soccer Shots in Birmingham, AL. Zach learned that many young children who would benefit from his enrichment program and others, were unable to participate due to various hardships. Zach and his team began to think of ways to offer scholarships and programs to these children, based on recommendations from teachers, daycare directors, principles and even the parents themselves.

This desire to fill a need for children transitioned into the Wish 2 Enrich organization, which not only strives to continue providing scholarships for these soccer programs, but also invests in the lives of children wishing to participate in other sports, art, music, dance, chess, gymnastics, computer, martial arts and other enrichment activities. 


In 2018, the Board of Directors decided to change the DBA name to Iron Kid Ministries and expand their reach by offering their own soccer program (Iron Kid Sports-Soccer) to childcare facilities not served by other pay-to=play programs.

 Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. - Philipians 2:3-4

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board of directors

Andrew Wolverton, DPT- Chairman- Alabama Department of Children's Rehabilitation Services

Logan Gilmore- Vice Chairman- Grandview Hospital

Blake Anderson- Treasurer- A.B. Anderson Group, LLC

Michael Thomason- LAH Real Estate

Adam Snable- Guild Mortgage

Brooke Ellard, PharmD- Birmingham VA

Zach White- Executive Director