For every gift of food given from Thanksgiving through Giving Tuesday, DoorDash will donate a meal to someone in need through Feeding America.
The holidays are going to look quite different this year, and people are desperate for ways to connect with friends and family they can’t be near. They’re looking for ways to reconnect with loved ones, and meal gifting is the perfect emotionally driven and easy way to show someone that you’re thinking about them.
Food is a unique gift – it’s memorable, universally loved (who doesn’t love getting treated to a free meal), and immediately consumable (instant gratification).
Just in time for the holiday season DoorDash is launching meal gifting so you can give the gift of food. With access to leading restaurant and convenience selection, you can show a loved one you care by sending their favorite meal from any restaurant on DoorDash and Caviar. Customers can choose from a wide selection of virtual cards to commemorate all types of gifting occasions, add a personalized gift message, and with just a few taps you can surprise and delight your loved one with a unique, customizable gift delivered instantly to their doorstep.
From sweet treats to savory meals to baked goods, chocolates, ice cream, champagne and convenience items, there’s sure to be the perfect gift option for everyone.
Ereka Vetrini, TV Host, Lifestyle Expert discusses how to give the gift of food this holiday season, spread cheer and give back.
To celebrate the launch, all customers who spend $20 or more in gift giving will get $10 back to treat themselves from the 19th through Black Friday on November 27th. We all need a little TLC this year, so here’s a little reward for spreading good cheer.
For every gift given from Thanksgiving through Giving Tuesday, DoorDash will donate a meal to Feeding America. Join us in fighting hunger during the season of charitable giving.
- Why food has always been a tradition that brings friends and families together
- How giving the gift of food can be a way to show someone you are thinking about them
- What DoorDash is doing this year to help send a meal to a loved one from their favorite restaurant
- How DoorDash and Feeding America are joining together to fight hunger
- Station Note: This segment is brought to you by DoorDash
BIO: About Ereka Vetrini
Ereka Vetrini is a TV Host, Lifestyle Expert, Brand Spokesperson, Producer, Blogger and proud mom of two. Ereka is currently the host of Lifetime’s Access Health. Access Health brings you the latest cutting-edge developments and innovations in medicine, nutrition and fitness, so women everywhere can take charge of their health starting today! She is also a regular contributor to NBC’s 1st Look and NY Live. As an on-air correspondent for NBC she covers the hottest spots to dine, travel and shop! Ereka was previously the host of TLC Sunday Brunch where she brought you the very best brunch & cocktail recipes, styling tips and so much more! As a mother of two, Ereka enjoys spending every spare minute running after her 9 and 7 year-old.